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The Mote in God's Eye - Part 1, The Crazy Eddie Probe: Chapter 2, The Passengers Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, The Crazy Eddie Probe: Chapter 2, The Passengers Summary

Horace is unhappy that the rebellion did not succeed but believes the Navy cannot prove his guilt.

Blaine oversees repairs to his ship. Jack Cargill as First Lieutenant and Executive Officer, is at odds with Chief Officer and Commander Jock Sinclair.

Sally Fowler, recent anthropology graduate, is leaving New Chicago for passage on the MacArthur.

The ship will get into space successfully despite the repairs and reduced manpower.

Part 1, The Crazy Eddie Probe: Chapter 2, The Passengers Analysis

The introduction of Horace Bury begins to develop one of the key concepts of The Mote in God's Eye. By many standards Bury has done really well for himself and his family based on their humble beginnings; they are not part of the Empire's nobility. Bury also demonstrates a personality and values...

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