Ender Wiggin /
Pages: 7 (1530 words) /
Published: Mar 20th, 2011
In our everyday life, we make decisions, which might change the world we live in. However, each decision we make has an impact on our life and is therefore important. Each time we choose one thing over another, we draw from our previous knowledge to make the best choice we can .In this book Ender’s Game by “Orson Scott Card,” he created characters that not only showed the meanings of their lives, but he creates a story that shows feelings and emotions crossed by his characters that the plot itself revolves around themes, ideas, and morals, not the other way around.
Ender Wiggin, the protagonist, was born in a time when population restriction laws were in effect. The people of the time could only have two children. One couple that was extremely brilliant had two children who both came close to meeting government requirements for a military commander. Because of this, Ender’s family was allowed to have a third child. His name was Ender Wiggin. Ender was picked-on for being the third person in the family, by a kid named Stilson who they thought was not worthy of living. At the end of the school day Stilson's gang confronts Ender, after the hallways empty, and threatens to beat Ender up. Ender responds by brutally attacking the older, bigger, and heavier Stilson. He kicks the child's face, ribs, and groin while he is down, though it is obvious that Stilson could not fight back. 3 children were related but had different personalities Peter the eldest is brutal, angry, and remorseless. Valentine, the second, is sweet, compassionate, and hopeful. Ender, the youngest, feels himself torn as he is as brutal as Peter, but as compassionate as Valentine. The very next day an officer from International Fleet (or I.F., Earth's government and army to fight against the Buggers) named Colonel Graff comes under the pretense of interrogating Ender for the incident with Stilson the previous day. Ender explains that he defended himself, and then decided to