The Stars My Destination - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Robin Wednesbury is described as a 'tall, lovely Negro girl, brilliant and cultivated, but handicapped by the fact that she was a telesend' and she is conducting a group of students (including Foyle) on a jaunte tour of New York City as a part of their re-education. Foyle seems to have misplaced himself and she encourages the other students as she tries to find him.

Patients suffering from head injuries often require re-education in jaunting, including tours to the local jaunte pads so they can properly visualize the destination. When Foyle rejoins the class, he explains that he has been practicing. Robin tries to sympathize with him, though she is revolted by him, but when she feels his wet clothes she realizes he has been jaunting much further than he let on he could.

Foyle threatens Robin and forces her to meet him...

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