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Ender's Game eNotes Response Journal
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- At the beginning of each chapter, unidentified characters talk about someone they believe will save the world. Whom do you think they are discussing? Which clues make you think this? Who do you think is doing the talking? Even if you’re not sure, make your best guess.
- What is a “Third,” and why is it uncomfortable for Ender to be one? Imagine what caused the society in the novel to make strict rules about the number of children each family can have, and explain why the rules might have been invented.
- Explain why you think Ender had to wear a monitor in his neck for three years. What will change about his life now that the monitor is gone?
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