Planet of the Apes - Part III, Chapter 8 - Part III, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part II, Chapter 8 – Ulysse addresses the scientific congress. He begins humbly, saying he knows he repulses all those assembled, but that he has a rational mind. He explains he is a man from Earth, and explains all of man’s achievements. He uses a blackboard to draw the journey of his own space travel. He goes on to ask to be freed, to work with the monkeys of the planet. The audience wildly applauds. Sitting in an empty chair, exhausted, Ulysse is given more applause. Zaius is visibly angry and shaken. He then faints.

Part II, Chapter 9 – When Ulysse comes to, he is being tended by Zira and Cornelius. The Grand Council of the planet has ordered Ulysse’s immediate release, though some opposed it. Public opinion is strongly in favor of freedom as well. He is given...

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