A Foreigner NovelBook - 2015
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He did not so much defy the rules as ignore the ones that inconvenienced him.
That was entirely disconcerting. He was not ready for them. He was not ready to be questioned or required to report. He froze in place, too tired, too confused to know what to say or do first.
Then Great-grandmother’s teaching took over. Manners. Manners gained a person time. Manners let one gather one’s wits, decide what to do, and above all, calm down.
God, Bren thought, laying the receiver in its cradle.
Three years of not dealing with human problems . . .
And there it all was again, same old theme, different verse. _Them_. And _us_.
I felt – and this is difficult, son of mine. I felt that the world was changing. That I had let something loose that was changing the world, and I knew no better answer – for you – than to put you into the tutelage of the woman who taught me, the woman who twice ruled the aishidi’tat – and who remembers more of how things came to be than most still alive. I knew that you would see foreign things your mother and I would never understand. I knew you would not be ours when you came back, I knew, and I gave you to her.
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