Opening Narration: Human life strives ceaselessly to perfect itself, to gain ascendancy. But what of the lower forms of life? Is it not possible that they, too, are conducting experiments, and are at this moment on the threshold of deadly success?
Closing Narration: When the yearning to gain ascendancy takes the form of a soulless, loveless struggle, the contest must end in unlovely defeat. For without love, drones can never be men, and men can only be drones.
Regina: A disorderly mind is usually guilty of something far more chaotic than disorder.