Xenocide - Study Guide Free Will Summary & Analysis

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The godspoken, hearing that Han Fei-tzu has restored the fleet, begin paying homage to him at his home. Han threatens Qing-jao in front of Wang-mu that he will tell all the visitors it was really his daughter who restored the fleet and, in his opinion, it was a great crime. However, he needs to purify himself immediately and they all know he cannot utter such blasphemy without showing obvious signs the gods are censuring him which will undermine his credibility with anyone he tries to tell. Wang-mu reflects upon what a thorough job Congress has done of enslaving the godspoken. Qing-jao assumes the responsibility of welcoming the visitors herself, dismissing Wang-mu after a fight. Wang-mu makes ready to leave her mistress' home, but Han Fei-tzu retains her as a servant. He values her intelligence and wishes to keep her on as an associate. Jane, in...

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