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  • He settles down with Novinha in a complicated yet loving relationship, he is accepted into the family not only by her but by his kids, and he helps the family to heal.

    EP093: {Now + n, Now – n}

  • But only rarely had people lived such lives of deceit as Marc-o, Libo, and Novinha; rarely were there so many shocks, so many bits of information that forced people to revise their conception of the people that they knew, the people that they loved.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • He thought of Novinha, tried to imagine what she was feeling now.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • I did not come to hurt you, Novinha, and I'm glad to see that my Speaking has brought you better things than shame.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • "You fell in love with Novinha before you left Trondheim."

    Speaker for the Dead

  • Ender waited for Jane to make a smirking comment about how there were six children to prove that Libo and Novinha didn't stay completely apart.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • Novinha was analyzing the genetic structure of the fly-infested reeds along the river, and realized that the same subcellular body that had caused the Descolada was present in the cells of the reed.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • Ender wept with the vast, uncontrollable ecstasy that the hive queen placed within his mind, her rejoicing too strong for a human heart to bear; Novinha held him, Quim quietly prayed, and Ela sang a jaunty folksong that once had been heard in the hill country of Minas Gerais, among the caipiras and mineiros of old Brazil.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • Novinha showed him compassion, like a human being.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • Novinha almost shouted at him, Does that mean that Pipo's life work was nothing but studying beasts?

    Speaker for the Dead

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