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The Host

The Host

  

by Stephenie Meyer

Prejudice Quotes in The Host

How we cite our quotes: (Chapter.Paragraph)

Quote #10

They were humans. Violence was pleasure to them. (40.83)

At this point in the book, we'd figure Wanda would be beyond blanket generalizations, but the humans keep proving themselves to be violent creatures. Are some stereotypes true?

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