The Three-Body Problem - Part 2, Chapters 8 – 14 Summary & Analysis

Cixin Liu
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Part 2, Three Body (continued)

In Chapter 8, Ye Wenjie, Wang cannot stop thinking about the term “Chaotic Era,” the three stars, or the idea of having lost the game. Wang then goes to meet Ye Wenjie, Yang Dong’s mother. While Ye Wnejie puts away groceries, she allows Wang to go through Yang Dong’s old room for clues, knowing why he has come. Yang Dong, though rich, purchased rustic furniture made from tree stumps and branches, which Wang finds odd. He discovers a photo of Yang Dong in front of what appears to him to be a parabolic antenna, and a notebook with the title “Yang Dong’s Birch Bark Notebook.” Ye Wenjie comes into the room and explains that, as a child, Yang Dong was always anxious to learn even advanced topics. Winjie believes she failed her daughter, because her daughter’s...

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