Did Ender love Valentinein a romantic way? - Movies & TV Stack Exchange
Get an answer for 'Give three examples of how Ender and Valentine's relationship is positive by explaining the event that shows their relationship.' and find. Those characters that they made minor when they were really important in the book. Well, except for Bonzo. He's like the Octavion and. A second plausible in-universe explanation was that both Ender and Valentine were meant to spend those 2 years in stasis, as did most other.
It was a kind of feeling that they were bond to each other since he was born but they could not admit their love, or at least Ender could't. He was too proud to admit it or to let it be possessed by Peter. In the end he didn't want to lose it as he went to build the colony with Valentine and explored the worlds with her. The thing between Valentine and Peter was more straight forward.
Relationship among Ender, Valentine and Peter（Ender's Game）书评
Valentine was the middle child and she treasured both his brothers. With Peter she helped him to gain political power which had also enabled her to express her talents to the world and molded her. With Ender she was more of spiritual support, to simply put. Given that most of things she had done were to support either Peter or Ender, I think it is fair to say that she valued them more than herself. If only consider the effect Peter and Valentine had on Ender, Peter's role was designed to reveal the dark side of Ender and provoke him to struggle with it all his life.
On the other hand Valentine's role was like medicine to a cold, which is that it may be helpful but not a must have. To me, Ender was the lost kid wandering around in the universe aimlessly with things handed to him by fate waiting to be accomplished. Once the ship arrived at Shakespeare, Valentine and the rest of the new colonists integrated themselves with the original settlers. She and Ender stayed there for two years, with Ender governing the colony and she writing a history of the Formic Wars.
At one point, Ender wrote a book about the life of the Formic Hive Queens and about the Formic Wars from their point of view. Valentine correctly guessed that Ender had discovered a Hive Queen on Shakespeare, but promised never to talk about it again.
Ender published his book, titled The Hive Queenand Valentine included a copy of it at the end of her last volume of the Formic Wars. He asked for Ender to write a similar eulogy for his life, later titled The Hegemon. Ender opted to stay in stasis for the voyage aboard Captain Hong's ship, but Valentine decided to stay awake for the fourteen-month trip to finish her book.
The boy believed he was the son of Achilles de Flandres due to his delusional motherand wanted to kill Andrew. Valentine tried to stop Andrew from confronting Randall, but was unsuccessful. Though Ender survived the fight and was able to turn Randall away from following in his "father's" footsteps, Valentine was angry with him for encountering the troubled boy. Randall changed his name to Arkanian Delphiki, in honor of his two biological parents.
They embarked on a voyage to another planet with Captain Hong, and Valentine continued writing her books, making Andrew promise not to get himself in danger of being killed again. Upon her arrival, Valentine learned that her book about the failed Helvetica colony was a smash hit, and she was rich from the royalties. Valentine received many fan letters on behalf of her pseudonym Demosthenes, and appreciated that people didn't realize that it was she, a young woman, to whom they were writing.
Valentine and Andrew left Sorelledolce to travel to Rov after Andrew sorted out his taxes with the help of Jane. She sought to write a biography on him, and so she and Andrew traveled to the planet.Ender's Game (2013) - Clip 2 : Mazer Rackhams Run [HD]
While en route, Argon was killed and the proconsul of the planet, Dabeet Ochoacalled for a Speaker for the Dead to help calm down the agitated inhabitants of the planet. After arriving, Valentine and Andrew investigated Argon's death and his relation to the pseudo-sentient Llop. There, Andrew and Valentine were both given assignments as teachers at a local college. Because she answered her students' questions with answers and not more questions as Andrew did, Valentine was the more popular teacher.
She became pregnant with their first child, a girl later named Syftewhen Andrew told her that he was leaving for a not-so-distant planet called Lusitania. His departure was hard on Valentine as she'd spent nearly her whole life with him. Around this time, Valentine wrote the Letter to the Framlings, establishing the Hierarchy of Foreignness used to term humans and other living creatures.
The student, Pliktbecame a friend to Valentine, and tutored Syfte and their other children as they grew up. Twenty years later, it was revealed that Lusitania was going to be destroyed by the same weapon Andrew had used against the Formics three millennia earlier, the Molecular Disruption Device. Reviving her identity as Demosthenes, she exposed the plan, turning public opinion against Starways Congress. Valentine named the atrocity the Second Xenocidedue to the fact that it would destroy the sentient Pequeninosthe natives of Lusitania.
She wrote many essays as Demosthenes, trying to keep Starways Congress in check and hoping to prevent the destruction of Lusitania.
She took the opportunity to be physically close to Jakt on the journey as a reward for the sacrifices he had to make to accompany her on the mission. Miro felt that they should consider the option that Lusitania ought to be destroyed as the only means of protecting the Hundred Worlds from the Descoladaa deadly virus that has taken hold in every lifeform on Lusitania.
Valentine disagreed, planning to do all she could to prevent the destruction of the planet.
At first, Valentine and Miro did not get along, but they quickly grew to respect each other, and Valentine made the decision to move from her ship to the Havelok for the last leg of their journey to Lusitania. Though she had been familiar with Andrew's communication with a computer program, she didn't realize the software was sentient.
She had thought Jane was a code name for a group of subversive rebels. He took one of the children along, an eleven-year-old boy named Abra; he had been only three when the colony was founded, and he remembered no other world than this.
That'd make Valentine Weeks later he came to Valentine and told her to read something he had written; she pulled the file he named from the ship's computer, and read it. Then, when Valentine was 25, the 77 year old Peter contacted her by Ansible: When Valentine was twenty-five years old, she finished the last volume of her history of the bugger wars.
She included at the end the complete text of Ender's little book, but did not say that Ender wrote it. By ansible she got an answer from the ancient Hegemon, Peter Wiggin, seventy-seven years old with a failing heart. And, here's the amended chronology from "Ender in Exile": The voyage was now officially 40 years, not Ender knew that making him the nominal governor of the colony was a joke.
When he got there, the colony would already be a going concern, with its own elected leaders. He would be a thirteen-year-old—well, by then a fifteen-year-old—whose only claim to authority was that forty years before he commanded the grandparents of the colonists, or at least their parents, in a war that was ancient history by then.
Please don't do this. I believe that the powers-that-be think that having a child of thirteen appointed as governor of your colony might hurt morale among your colonists, though it will be forty years before I arrive. At the same time, others think that having the victorious commander as governor will help morale. Ender's letter to Admiral Kolmogorov I would do the same for Admiral Morgan, since there is a chance that he will actually be in control—the soldiers on your ship will answer to him, not you, and the nearest law enforcement is forty years distant if he should choose to illegally deploy them on our planet's surface Kolmogorov's letter to Ender So easy to deceive you or leave you ignorant—something that I will keep in mind when I receive information from ColMin as governor 40 years from now.
Unless I can get them to change this foolish practice before I depart. Ender's letter to Admiral Kolmogorov So it was that the plan was conceived for a play reading in the theater three days later—days by ship's time, though the whole concept of time seemed rather absurd to Valentine, on this voyage where forty years would pass in less than two It was going to be tough for a fifteen-year-old kid to lead a bunch of colonists who've already been living and farming on Shakespeare for forty years by the time I get there