Speaker for the Dead - Chapter 16, The Fence, Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16, The Fence, Summary

Miro is deeply disturbed by the revelation that Ouanda is his sister and finds himself at the gate, wishing to speak to his only friends, the piggies. However, when Miro attempts to open the gate, he learns that he is due to be arrested for breaking the Starways Congress's rules. Miro calls to the piggies to let them know he will never see them again. In the meantime, Quim speaks to the Bishop who urges him to forgive his mother her sins. Ender comes into the Bishop's office and kneels before the Bishop, explaining that his father was a Catholic. The mayor and Dom and Dona Cristaes come into the room for their meeting and Ender asks them to wait for one other person. Ela has found her mother outside the house and tells her what Ender has said...

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