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Lilith's Brood Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2: Adulthood Rites; Section 3: Chkahichdahk Summary

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Book 2: Adulthood Rites; Section 3: Chkahichdahk Summary

In chapter one Tino is arguing with the other Oankali about Akin, who seems to spend more and more of his time among the resisters now that he is nearing adulthood. Dichaan, Akin's same sex Oankali parent, decides to send word to the ship to send a shuttle so Akin can learn more about his Oankali heritage.

In chapter two Akin is upset at the thought of going to the ship but knows that he must if he wants to help the resisters. Akin is still considered a child to the Oankali, despite his convictions and knowledge about the resisters, and Akin's voice will carry little impact unless there are those to help him.

In chapter three Akin and his nearest sibling, Tiikuchahk, get ready to leave for the ship. Akin does not want Tiikuchahk to go with him...

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