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The Mote in God's Eye - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue Summary

Defiant, one of the ships wounded during the New Chicago rebellion, is on Blockade watch. Moties are coming through the jump point with new and innovative tricks.

The Mediators are comfortable prisoners at Blaine Manor. They work with the trivial things the Motie Institute comes up with and teach the Blaine children to read body language, both that of Moties and human. When thoughts become difficult, they remind each other that the Blockade buys time. Just like the man with the singing horse, perhaps time will bring along other, better solutions.

Epilogue Analysis

The Moties have learned more of what it means to be human: Crazy Eddies always believe there is an answer for every question. This is a very human attitude. Beyond such possibilities, all that remains is hope the purchased time will present other solutions.

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