David Weber's and Steven White's "Insurrection" Analytical Essay by The Research Group

David Weber's and Steven White's "Insurrection"
A summary of the science fiction novel, "Insurrection", by David Weber and Steven White.
# 72936 | 675 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in English (Analysis) , English (General)


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This paper summarizes and discusses the 1990 science fiction novel, "Insurrection" by David Weber and Steven White. The paper explains that the novel is about a war between the Corporate Worlds and Fringe Worlds and that the novel compares the war to the American War of Independence.

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"David Webber and Steven White's "Insurrection" is a science fiction novel whose story is a loosely disguised intergalactic version of the American War of Independence. The dominance of the Corporate Worlds over the Fringe Worlds has split the Terran Federation both politically and militarily. The Inner World leaders have exploited the Outer World populations politically, economically and militarily in their war against the Khanate. Once the war ends the Inner World populations are remiss to relinquish the new found powers won during the conflict. To counteract the increasing power..."

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David Weber's and Steven White's "Insurrection" (2004, December 01) Retrieved June 05, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/david-weber-and-steven-white-insurrection-72936/

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