On Such a Full Sea - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 opens with doubt being cast on Fan’s motivations for leaving. The people of B-Mor admit that they may be projecting that Fan wanted something bigger for herself. They also regard her a genius who is different from the rest of them. It goes on to detail how her brother Liwei was one of the few people to test out of B-Mor for a place in one of the Charters. The test is very difficult to pass; Fan did not do well, as is the result with most people. Those who do pass the test leave B-Mor and never return, not even to visit. The narrator speaks of the lack of need for faith in B-Mor. They feel that they are already living in a higher plane.

Fan continues to drive. Quig and Loreen continue to recover from the drugs the Nickelsons...

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