if you got some spare time..and if you have read Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card..
you wouldnt mind helpin me out with this.
1.Ender does not trust anyone,and one of the manifestations of that distrust is the suggestion that everyone lies,especially the adults(and in particular,teachers) towards the children.What is the implication of lying in the novel?Does the lack of opportunity for trust make Ender a better or worse commander?
2.Throughout the novel,Graff and Mazer isolate Ender from all of the other students at Battle School and COmmand School.Why did Graff and Mazer do this?What were the ramifications of their decision?
3.At every novel rest on antagonism:everyone is a friend or an enemy or both.The buggers and humans are enemies.Among humans, the world alliance is undermined by antagonism between the Americans and the Second Warsaw Pact.The Warsaw Alliance in undermined by antagonism between Muslim and non Muslim allies.In Ender's experience,nobody can be fully trusted,but everyone is basically a friend or an enemy.Is this binary opposition a representation of Ender's youth or is this the true state of the world?Explain.
help much appreciated..
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