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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

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    So as a result, Ender and other talented kids are sent to “battle school” to be cultivated strictly. During the training, Ender and his team are usually secretly given some extremely challenging and difficult missions by the teacher in order to well utilize and develop ender’s outstanding talent. Moreover, the missions I have mentioned are not that easy. The whole team will be immediately defeated if there isn’t a leader who can always give wise decision. However, every time Ender and his team face

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    “buggers”. The military needs a brilliant mind, like the young Ender Wiggen’s, to command an army and save the world from destruction. After separation from his beloved sister, Valentine, and his terrifying brother, Peter, he is brought to a battle school that orbits around the Earth. He is then tested and honed into an empathetic killer, and begins to despise what he does as he learns to fight in hopes of saving the Earth and his family. Ender is more similar in personality to Valentine than Peter because

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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,

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    Ender's Game Symbolism

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    The Enders Game written by Orson Scott Card provides understanding of the characters and their relationships with others through indirect characterization and diction. Orson Scott Card uses literacy devices and specific word choice to let the reader draw conclusions about the characters and the relationships between Peter and Ender, the symbolism of the bugger mask/bugger-astronaut game, and the foreshadowing of Peter and Valentines death. The author reveals the relationship between Peter and Ender

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    Empathy In Ender's Game

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    ability to trust others. Ender uses empathy to understand his enemy, and uses it to become the commander he is meant to be. However, in his journey to becoming that commander, he has to learn that he is more than just a smarter Peter, that his Valentine side is stronger. Both Katniss and Ender are natural born killers. We see this in Katniss as she is growing up and trying to provide for her family. Her ability to hunt and kill for her family’s food is impeccable. Ender grows

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    The Command School authorities were justified in how they handled the final evaluation of Ender and his peers. Although their method of tricking Ender’s team into defeating the Buggers was not politically correct, it was extremely effective and lead to success. Ender may have been fit to be a commander due to his killer instinct and intelligence, but he was too young to be mentally ready for such a task. Therefore, the authorities at Command School felt a great need to make the battles seem like

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    Compare/Contrast Book and Movie The game which killed a whole species in an interstellar war. Ender’s game, the novel and movie that made old school books seem like it was published yesterday. The main concept is about a boy named Ender in an advanced world who feel threatened by an alien race. The military sends the boy to school in space so that he will destroy the world threat. The boy does, and vows to repopulate the aliens. The book Ender's game is better than the movie Ender’s game due to

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    ” Orson Scott Card’s science fiction novel Ender’s Game follows six-year-old Ender Wiggin as he leaves his home, trains as a soldier, and becomes the hero of mankind. It also traces the complicated systems of dependence and deception that surround him as he develops into the powerful tool that the people of Earth need him to be. One of the central prospects of the novel, in fact, is to illuminate the manner in which Ender, is controlled by those who seek to eliminate the assumable hostile aliens.

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    Themes Of Ender's Game

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    These themes include: games, manipulation, compassion, ruthlessness, isolation, and friendship. In the book, the games are the used for the training. The bigger picture is that they are what is used to have Ender do the one thing he would not, destroy the Bugger home world. Whether it was the fantasy game that looked at his mental heath or if it was the games where he learned tactics they were constant throughout the book. The games cause it hard to decipher

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