Enders Game Essays

  • Enders Game

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    The book starts off with Ender getting his monitor off. A monitor is something that they but on the back of these peoples necks to see if they are a good candidate to be a general to fight the buggers. The buggers are aliens. Well, since he is not monitored anymore people who have always wanted to fight him can now fight them. He ends up winning all of the fights and he goes home. As it turns out taking off his monitor was a test to see how he would handle people that fight him. A general then explains

  • Enders Game

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    Ender’s Game: A Brief Depiction I.     Setting: ·     Staged in mainly four places. Ender Wiggins childhood town, where he is monitored as a prospective third. He is sent to Battle School, which is a satellite of the earth. Then he ends up on Eros where he attends command school and eventually defeats the buggers. He spends the rest of his days with Valentine on the first human colonization, approximately 50 light-years away from Earth. ·     The book takes place in 2190-2200 approx. The advancement

  • Enders Game

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    Ender’s Game Essay The novel Ender’s Game is written by Orson Schott Card. It is about a young boy who is sent to battle school. He meets friends and makes adversaries. In battle school, out in space, Ender, the young boy is a genius and is taught many tactics to destroy their prime enemy the buggers. He excels in school and battles his way into command school before the required age. There he is told he is battling buggers in simulations or is he? Throughout the novel, Ender is manipulated, bullied

  • Enders Game

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    Ender Wiggin, the third in a family of child geniuses, is selected by international military forces to save the world from destruction. Before being chosen Ender wears a unique monitor that allows the heads of the military to see things as Ender does. Ender's brother Peter and his sister Valentine also wore this monitor, although neither was selected, nor did they have it for as long as Ender, and Peter will never forgive Ender for this. Peter hates Ender, and even when the monitor is taken out it

  • Enders Game

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    behavior and attitudes and ultimately shape all of our relationships. The power of a paradigm shift, whether it be instantaneous or developmental, allows us to change from one way of seeing the world to another. In the novel Enders Game by Orson Scott Card, the main character Ender Wiggin demonstrates his unique ability to paradigm shift during his training at battle school, and later as a commander in making tactical decisions. In order for a paradigm shift to occur we must take a break from tradition

  • Enders Game: The Parallels and Distinctions of Bean and Ender

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    Bean and Ender have many similarities that set them apart from their peers in times of peril. Their intelligence made them the most promising weapon in the war against the buggers, rating highest among the smartest children in the world. This is surprising on account of the dissimilarities of their lifestyles before they went to battle school. However, before and during battle school Bean and Ender had to cope with being small. Ender and Bean were both prodigies in their time, but ironically they

  • Enders Game Essay

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    to choose other options thus forming violence as a priority. In Ender’s Game by Orson Scott, Ender Wiggins, a boy who is known as a different child since he was a third, was put through various scenarios where he is impacted by the lack of options in order to face everyday problems. Therefore, Ender realizes that the obstacles he faces pushes him to express his emotions in a violent form due to the lack of options. As Ender faces various obstacles that affect his mental state, he portrays how his

  • Enders Game Analysis

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    were going to evade off the page and forever be out of sight. Not only did the book show depth to me with the characters, it also allowed them to grow with the book and evolve in which only strengthen the realism of the characters. In the beginning Ender was not as confident inward as he was outward. Constantly doubting his judgement and abilities never wanting to get the wrong answer. In the book towards end his confidence had grown and not only had it in himself but also expressed it more when he

  • Enders Game And Out Of The Silent Planet Essay

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    well as many other conflicts within themselves, and human nature. Ultimately, these two novels deliver the inner conflicts of our society. Both, Ender's Game and Out of the Silent Planet are related in terms of the class structures of society, the qualities of the characters, and both characters' struggles with others in the stories. In Ender's Game class structure is strictly military based. The classes are comprised of Citizens, who are just common people, making up the basic population, but are

  • english enders game essay

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    Ender’s Game. Alien life has been recognized from earth after this alien species, named the Buggers tried to invade earth. That time we had Mazer Rackham, a war hero to save them and while preparing for the next invasion they depend on ender a six-year-old boy to be the next Mazer Rackham. Ender at just six years of age leaves his family to participate in an extremely rigorous course in which he learns how to be the best commander. This is where he makes many friends and enemies. Andrew Ender Wiggin

  • Enders Game Essay

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    Ender’s game is a science fiction novel written by Orson Scott card it was published in 1985. This book is in the future when in the story earth has been invaded by an alien race and is almost destroyed by the invasion but wins the battle and to prevent earth from being destroyed if they return they create the International fleet which recruits kids an teaches them to be commanders. The chapter that I am going to analyze is chapter one which is called Third. This chapter shows how Ender is being

  • Compare And Contrast Ender's Game And Enders Game

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    Ender’s Game “When I understand my enemy well enough to defeat him, then in that moment, I also love him.” A. E. Wiggin. This is the question at the heart of the novel by Orson Scott Card, Ender’s Game. The author of this quote is a young boy named Andrew Wiggins, who goes by the nickname Ender. Ender is genius and also, to his shame, a third child or a third, meaning his parents had to seek permission to have him since two children are standard. Ender wears a unique monitor so his thoughts can

  • Comparing Neo of the Matrix and Ender Wiggen of Ender’s Game

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    Comparing Neo of the Matrix and Ender Wiggen of Ender’s Game From the first moment that we wake up we know that we are awake, but have you ever had a sensation that you are dreaming but you know you are awake? This is the same way Neo felt in his world in the movie the Matrix. Ender Wiggen was in the same situation in the novel Ender’s Game, written by Orson Scott Card. He was living in a place where no one accepted him because he was a third, which means that he belongs to the government for

  • Aliens in Enders Game by Orson Scott Card

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    “Children chosen over trained adults...to fight war…alien species: The Formics” -WSJ In Enders Game by Orson Scott Card, earth has gone through two fierce wars with an alien species called the Formics, or more commonly known as the Buggers. The first invasion, the Bugger’s were exploring life outside of their solar system. The second invasion the Bugger’s wanted to colonize earth. After the first Bugger invasion, the countries of the world decided to come together and create a single government.

  • Ender's Manipulation In Enders Game

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    Ender’s Manipulation In Orson Scott Card’s novel, Enders Game, at the age of six, Ender is chosen by Colonel Graff and the International Fleet to help save mankind from the buggers. However, through his journey, he experiences manipulation and deception from significant figures that surround his life. This deceit from Colonel Graff, Valentine, and Mazor Rackham is focused on defeating the buggers in the Third Invasion. In this book, Ender is most particularly manipulated by Graff, the I.F. soldier

  • Human Rights in Ender´s Game by Orson Scott Card

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    Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card is a novel that shows what would happen if the government had too much power and has a powerful angle on inequality and child labor. My novel has taught me a lot about inequality, as did my research. But I found out a lot about my main point; child labor. Child labor effects everyone without them even knowing. I’m sure you’ve unknowingly bought something that aids people who do these things to people. America is full of stores that have clothing made by children,

  • Enders Game: Movie Analysis Of Ender's Game

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    Ender’s game is mainly about a little boy, Ender Wiggin, who is very special and talented for his age of six years old. He was noticed by a man named Colonel Graff, who at the time was the leader of a place in space called Battle school. Graff needed someone talented enough to lead the IF Fleet in the Third Invasion against the buggers. Ender joined Battle school really early for his age, he progressed and learned things faster than anyone else there. He was promoted all the way up to Command school

  • The Chosen One

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    the chosen ones belief, faith, and the difference between good and evil. The story comes from the novel "Enders Game" and The Matrix movie. "Enders Game" novel is the winner of both Hugo and Nebula awards by the New York Times best-selling author, Orson Scott Card. And The Matrix movie was written and directed by Andy and Larry Wachowski. "Enders Game" is a novel about a young boy named Ender who was chosen and trained to fight the buggers or aliens in order to save the human race. Neo is the main

  • Coming-of-Age Themes in 'Ender Games' and 'Siddhartha'

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    Novels that have a great coming to age message and theme are always enjoyable reads and both Ender Games and Siddhartha display this theme. Ender Games, a science fiction novel that is authored by Orson Scott Card, is about a young boy named Andrew “Ender” Wiggin. Andrew Wiggin is chosen to lead the human race in a war against alien “buggers”, but it means leaving his family and training in outer space. During Andrew’s time in space, he faces many obstacles which forces him to grow up faster than

  • Character Development In Ender's Game

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    Ender’s Game: Valentine’s Character Development Compassionate, empathetic, and witty. It was obvious from the moment Valentine Wiggin first appeared in Ender’s Game that she possessed these traits. These three traits, as well as her ability to be protective, are showcased very early on in the story. By the end of the book, Valentine has become a powerful, mature, and fearless young woman. Valentine’s compassionate and empathetic nature was the gateway to her rise to power. Her ability to empathise