Ender's Game - Study Guide Chapter 1 "Third" Summary & Analysis

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Two unidentified voices discuss Ender's fate, one of whom has been sharing a sensor link with Ender for the last three years. The two discuss whether or not, despite the failure of his two siblings, Ender is indeed "the one." Concerned that Ender is too eager to please, the two consider keeping him constantly surrounded by enemies. After citing the threat posed by the "buggers" and agreeing that the safety of the world is at stake, they rationalize taking the boy.

Finally washed out of the program, six year-old Andrew Wiggin, a.k.a. Ender, is to have the monitor removed from the back of his neck. He contemplates being a normal boy and hopes his abusive brother Peter won't be too angry that Ender lasted a year longer in the program than he did. The removal...

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