Analysis Of Ender's Game By Orson Scott Card

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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. Ender’s birth as a third child is considered a negative fact to both of his parents who belonged to religious families. Ender’s father was a Catholic and the seventh of nine children born in his family. Since he wasn’t one of the first two children born in his family, he had different privileges from others. For example, only the first two children received free education
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