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The Diamond Age, or, Young Lady's Illustrated Primer - Miranda Takes an Interest in an Anonymous Client Summary & Analysis

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Miranda Takes an Interest in an Anonymous Client Summary

Browsing through her earnings report, Miranda notices that her biggest source of revenue is coming out of her narrating role in the child ractive about Princess Nell. She decides to give priority to this role by changing the setting in the program to keep the relationship going. Soon she finds herself narrating the story for hours on end. The ractor is surprised that a small child could spend so much time in a ractive. As her experience shows, rich kids usually go to school and attend activities other than reading, leaving little time or interest for ractives of this type.

Miranda Takes an Interest in an Anonymous Client Analysis

This chapter illustrates the limits of scripted interaction. It is the first sign that the relationship between the girl and...

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