Xenocide - Pinehead Summary & Analysis

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On Path, Gloriously Bright continues working on the problem of the disappearance of the Lusitania Fleet, attended by her secret maid, Wang-mu. Initially Wang-mu, who has a lively mind herself, has many questions about being godspoken. Eventually she turns her attention to her mistress's work. Gloriously Bright is surprised Wang-mu knows anything about the fleet at all but she has picked up a great deal while observing Gloriously Bright's work. Wang-mu criticizes Congress for having sent the fleet to destroy Lusitania and Qing-jao is shocked at her treason. When Qing-jao presses her to learn where Wang-mu has adopted such a view of Congress, she realizes Demosthenes' influence on the common people must be great indeed. Eventually Qing-jao feels the need to cleanse after hearing so much traitorous speech. Wang-mu questions what kind of gods would force purification on an innocent person since Qing-jao had not said a...

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