The Gods Themselves - Section 2: The God Themselves; Chapter 1a-2c Summary & Analysis

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Section 2: The God Themselves; Chapter 1a-2c Summary

In chapter 1a, Dua is thinking about how different she is from other Emotionals. An Emotional, Parental, and Rational make up the triad. Dua is thinking of the day her Parental had to leave her. As Dua sits remembering all of this she knows that, soon Tritt, the Parental in her triad, will become angry that she has been gone so long and will ask Odeen, the Rational in her triad, to speak to Dua on her duties.

Chapter 1b begins with Odeen thinking about the unique members of his triad. The Hard Ones arranges for the members of the triad to be put together. Odeen remembers when he and Tritt had first met and bonded and grew to love each other. Tritt, being a parental, soon wanted little ones of...

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