Prelude to Foundation - "Aerie" (pp. 251-273) Summary & Analysis

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"Aerie" (pp. 251-273) Summary

No one gives the travelers a second look. They saunter toward the Library and enter. The man at the desk working an antique computer does not look up as he invites the scholars to enter. Seldon wonders at the informality but Venabili figures he is happy to have any visitors to this dead place. The old non-Mycogenian print-books are, in her quick estimation, part classic and part worthless. Not allowing themselves to be delayed, they follow a sign to the Sacratorium. Donning their obiahs, they discuss defense in the event they are discovered. Hummin has ordered Venabili to protect Seldon and she intends to. She will not run to save herself and to suggest it is insulting. Almost in unison, they step inside a large, unfurnished room whose walls are adorned at uneven intervals by antique television...

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