Ender's Game - Chapter 13 "Valentine" Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 "Valentine" Summary

Two officers discuss Demosthenes and Locke. One tells the other that they are children and that, further, they are brother and sister to Ender. They discuss the possibility that the two children are being manipulated, but one finally assures the other that, according to Graff, there is nothing beyond their capability. Seeing that the two characters could be useful in the future, the officers decide to give them a clean review, for now.

Valentine is starting to enjoy playing Demosthenes, earning a lot of attention from high-powered people, though she is still humiliated whenever her father agrees with the character. Peter somewhat resents Demosthenes success and is concerned that Valentine will blow her cover. Valentines, meanwhile, finds herself becoming increasingly sympathetic and agreeable to her character, pondering that perhaps one can't take on a role without becoming the thing that you...

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