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The Mote in God's Eye - Part 4, Crazy Eddie Answers: Chapter 43, Trader's Lament Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Crazy Eddie Answers: Chapter 43, Trader's Lament Summary

Horace is frustrated on board Lenin. His drive to control his environment is completely thwarted. Bury believes the Moties are the most dangerous thing humanity has ever encountered. Sometimes Horace expresses his horrible temper, but never in public.

Part 4, Crazy Eddie Answers: Chapter 43, Trader's Lament Analysis

Bury has become very paranoid. While he may very well be right in his assessment, his uncontrolled ranting about the Moties serves to further separate him from the crew and other civilians. He began the journey plotting and looking for trading opportunities. In his own way, Horace Bury has devolved as a result of his contact with the Moties.

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