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Furious Gulf - Part 5, Chapter 2 Rational Laughter Summary & Analysis

Gregory Benford
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Part 5, Chapter 2 Rational Laughter Summary

The people are tiny, lithe and compact. They have brown skin and black hair in elaborate hairstyles. They are always totally focused on the moment at hand. They speak a language Toby's translator chip cannot interpret. Toby communicates only through sign language until he figures out their language. They are at war with the mechs, searching them out and killing them whenever possible. In the middle of the night, the camp is attacked. Many people are injured and killed. Toby tries to help the medical people, but he can see they do not want him around. They suspect that Toby has drawn the mechs here, unintentionally. So does Toby, and he flees.

Part 5, Chapter 2 Rational Laughter Analysis

Toby cries out of loneliness for his father. Then he thinks it is stupid to be ashamed of crying. He...

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