Solaris - Chapter 14, The Old Mimoid Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, The Old Mimoid Summary

Kelvin and Snow prepare a report about their experiences to send to Earth, and Kelvin awaits the time when he can leave the space station and envisions his live back on Earth, slowly accustoming himself to a normal existence.

Snow comes to see Kelvin, to offer him some work to occupy his time. Kelvin has been thinking about an imperfect god, one who has power but lacks omniscience. Snow at first thinks that Kelvin is talking about mankind, but then thinks Kelvin means the ocean. They speculate that the ocean could be such a god in its infancy, a mere baby beginning to learn how to exercise its powers over the universe around it.

The two scientists see an old mimoid formation outside the space station, and suddenly Kelvin decides to take a helicopter out to explore...

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