The Year of the Flood - The Feast of Adam and All Primates Summary & Analysis

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The Feast of Adam and All Primates Of God’s Methodology in Creating Man, Spoken by Adam One:

Adam One gives the news to the Gardeners on the festival day. He tells them that the children have made a “Tree of Creatures” out of found objects to decorate the rooftop (91). It is at this time that Toby is officially promoted to teacher. Pilar cooked Pickled Mushroom Medley for the occasion. Adam One discusses humanities’ links to primates. He also explains how mankind’s quest for forbidden knowledge has created the flawed world the Gardeners currently live in. Adam One ends his speech by calling for a song.

Oh Let Me Not Be Proud:

The poem is from the God’s Gardeners Oral Hymnbook. In calls on its singers to be humble and remember they are but one part...

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