On False Earths (Valerian) - Pages 11-18 Summary & Analysis

Pierre Christin
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On board the spaceship, Spatio-Temporal Agent Laureline is at the helm with Jadna, a historian who is a large part of this mission. Laureline says she is not accustomed to something, but Jadna cuts her off with a comment about “sentimentalism” and “male supremacy” (11). Jadna instructs Laureline to get another Valerian clone ready for the next phase. Jadna says they are on track and making good time, and she warns Laureline against letting emotion get in the way of her job. Aloud, Laureline agrees, but she refers to Jadna as a “stupid cow” in her thoughts.

The next scene opens with a Valerian clone standing on an empty street in England. He is looking at his watch as people begin to appear, going about their evening. A coach arrives and a man who resembles Valerian disembarks. He tells the driver to return at...

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