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The Diamond Age, or, Young Lady's Illustrated Primer - General Description of Life with the Constable Summary & Analysis

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General Description of Life with the Constable Summary

During the next several years, Nell expands her knowledge by studying at the Academy. The school teaches her new facts and skills. It also allows her to expand her personality by interacting with real people. She continues to lives alongside Corporal Moore. She grows her own garden near her quarters and will usually cook dinner for both of them. One day, she discovers that the guard uses one of the gardenhouse's rooms to relive his past as a warrior through a series of interactive media screens ("mediatrons" in the novel). She tries out the interactive historical reconstruction by herself but gets scared by the characters which do not seem to be responding to her presence in the way she anticipated. Constable Moore takes her away from the playroom and they discuss...

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