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Galatea 2.2 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section XI (pages 301-329) Summary

Richard Powers
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Section XI (pages 301-329) Summary

In section XI Lentz tells Richard that Helen has been able to accomplish some amazing things and that he would like to study the connections and maps that she has made. Richard realizes that this means "cutting into" Helen and is horrified by the prospect. He thinks that it may be painful for her despite Lentz's assurances. Richard realizes that this is Lentz's creation and that he is operating from the stance that their discoveries might have social benefit.

Richard seeks comfort from other members of the team including Diana and Harold. Neither is surprised by Lentz's desire to "cut" into the machine and thinks that it is good science. Harold encourages Richard to take Lentz on. He waits for Lentz outside of the institution where Audrey is housed. Audrey has a good day and can remember some things. However, as...

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