The Resource Speaker for the dead
- Speaker for the dead
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- Orson Scott Card
- Ender Wiggin, the hero and scapegoat of mass alien destruction in Ender's Game, receives a chance at redemption in this novel. Ender, who proclaimed as a mistake his success in wiping out an alien race, wins the opportunity to cope better with a second race, discovered by Portuguese colonists on the planet Lusitania. Orson Scott Card infuses this long, ambitious tale with intellect by casting his characters in social, religious and cultural contexts
- Nebula Award for Best Novel, 1986.
- Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel, 1987.
- Hugo Award for Best Novel, 1987.
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- S67 1986
- Literary form
- Series statement
- Ender Wiggin
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