The Gods Themselves - Section 3: Chapter 11-19 Summary & Analysis

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Section 3: Chapter 11-19 Summary

Chapter eleven begins with Neville and Selene discussing the fact that Denison now knows that Selene is an Intuitionist. Neville is very upset that Denison knows that Selene can gather information through her thoughts in regards to physics. Selene tells Neville that she is tired of being hidden like a secret weapon and treated like a mindless tool. Neville is also upset that Selene has been working so closely with Denison and now believes Denison's theories about the Sun exploding to be true. Neville leaves after pointing out that the pump must not be dangerous or the para men would stop the pumping.

In chapter twelve, Selene is walking Denison down a corridor to a place where the Lunar colony has been excavating for new rooms for the people to live in. They stopped when they hit a water...

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