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The Mote in God's Eye - Part 1, The Crazy Eddie Probe: Chapter 3, Dinner Party Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, The Crazy Eddie Probe: Chapter 3, Dinner Party Summary

Rod holds a dinner party for the officers and guests.

Horace fishes for information. Sally's desire is to study the societies that fell back into primitivism as a result of the Secession Wars. Combined with the fact that war takes the most fit individuals to fight, the paradigm of survival of the fittest as an evolutionary path is completely inhibited.

Part 1, The Crazy Eddie Probe: Chapter 3, Dinner Party Analysis

The Dinner Party highlights Rod's situation with too little resources and young, inexperienced officers. The latter fact plays right into Horace's search for information. MacArthur as a central character continues to develop. Beautiful, unusual appointments for the captain's table reveal that MacArthur in her current state is not a true representation. She clearly has an extensive, successful history that will...

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