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    Ender’s Game and “Is google Making Us Stupid?” Ender’s Game and “Is google making us stupid”, is intertwined with ways author Nicholas Carr describes in his article how technology, is lowering human’s ability to understand how interaction with the, internet affect our ability to decipher what is real and what is not. Ender is so intertwined with Technology, that it is actually making him believe that everything, that happens at the battle school is just a game but in reality real. In the beginning of Ender’s games. As a baby Ender has a device that was inserted in the back of his neck, so that he could be monitored by Colonel Graff and Mazer Rackham. This is like Carr’s article where when we use google it…

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    “Because never in my entire childhood did I feel like a child. I felt like a person all along―the same person that I am today.” This quote from Ender Andrew Wiggin, the protagonist of the book and movie Ender’s Game sums up his life’s story. He was only allowed to be born by the government, because they needed someone to lead The International Fleet against the Buggers, an alien Species the attacked earth years ago. They send Ender off to Battle School at a young age, where he will be groomed…

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    Ender's Game Theme

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    Ender’s Game Essay Children often bring contentment into the lives of families. The birth of a child to families is as special as a blossoming bud of a Marigold. However, in Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game, it is illegal for parents to have more than two children. Ender Wiggin’s birth as a third child is a negative fact to himself and others, especially to his parents, siblings and classmates. To begin, this negativity and antipathy is rooted in his parents’ religious tormenting past that they…

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    Ender's Game Symbolism

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    In Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card, the motif of ends justify the means emphasizes the lengths people will go to to save themselves. Graff and Anderson continuously test Enders skill and expertise through various unfair challenges on Earth and in Battle School, emphasizing the motif of ends justify the means. With the Buggers on the brink of returning, Graff and Anderson are to ensure Ender can be the best soldier possible, regardless of what they do to get there. Ender encounters a challenge…

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    see and hear exactly what the child hears. Ender and his siblings, Peter and Valentine, all wore this monitor, although both Peter and Valentine were not selected. Ender, however, has the monitor longer than both Peter or Valentine, and this causes Peter to hate Ender, even when the monitor is taken out. The same can be said for Ender's schoolmates, and he is eventually forced into beating the leader of a gang in self defense. As a result of Ender's actions, the Colonel Graff of the…

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    Ender's Game Theme Essay

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    In the novel Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card, a young boy named Andrew, Ender for short, faces the challenge of adult control. As a soldier in Battle School, Ender is forced to rely on adults’ commands , which is both good and bad. As a result of this, Ender begins to see through the adults’ words to their true intent. This leads Ender to try to make his own choices, which shows him how tough the words and actions of adults’ truly are.Throughout the story, the theme- Never underestimate the…

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    Ender's Game Book Summary

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    ‘Ender’s Game’, a 31-year old science fiction classic, written by Orson Scott Card. It even has a movie which was first released on October 25th, 2013 in the United Kingdoms. This book is recommended for people who love protagonists which are not just their average kid. The story centres on a young boy, Andrew Wiggin (also known as Ender Wiggin). He’s not just your typical 6-year old boy, he’s a genius. I highly recommend that you give it a shot because by the end, Card’s writing will make you…

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    Buggers in Ender’s Game plays a major part of the novel’s plot. The characters, setting and plot revolve around the ploy to develop children to become soldiers to kill the buggers when they attack. The paranoia is what makes the story revolve around a child named Ender Wiggin, who was allowed to survive because he was the perfect combination of his siblings, Peter and Valentine. Ender’s balanced personality is what will make him the perfect commander to kill off the buggers. What if the buggers…

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    In Ender’s Game, Orson Scott Card uses the idea of “games” and what an actual “game” is as thematic elements to help construct the novel. There are many games in the novel, all with different meanings pertaining to the main character, Ender Wiggin, a child genius that wins all the games. Ender’s Game is a novel that tells us the story of military genius Ender Wiggin and his journey through battle school and command school to prepare for the big war against the buggers. Majority of the plot…

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    In the book Ender’s Game, written by Orson Scott Card, Andrew Wiggin (Ender) was chosen to save the entire human race from the Formics, most commonly known as the Buggers, who were coming back to invade humans again. Ender was recruited into the International Fleet (I.F.) where he met Colonel Graff, Director of Primary Training at Battle School. After Ender graduated from Battle School, he went off to Command School with Colonel Graff. He and the other Command School authorities did what they…

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