Ender's Game - Chapter 9 "Locke and Demosthenes" Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 "Locke and Demosthenes" Summary

Colonel Graff and Major Imbu discuss the unexpected appearance of Peter's image in Ender's fantasy game. Graff is upset by the game's apparent improvisation. Imbu can offer little explanation beyond the fact that mind game is a consensual experience between Ender and the computer, explaining that the game is supposed to provide an environment where the kids can feel comfortable. Graff is disturbed by the fact that Ender has been frequenting a new area of the game, an area that Imbu had never heard of, called "The End of the World." Considering the present circumstances, Graff isn't comfortable with Ender getting comfortable with the world ending. Imbu explains that the name could be a metaphor rather than a literal ending of the world. Colonel Graff is baffled as to how the computer gained access to...

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