explain the significance of the 5th paragraph from the end of the chapter, which starts with "Spores of bluefern," and ends with "longer, perhaps, than the spore itself" to the chapter as a whole (prt1: chp7&8)

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Morrison talks about living things on this Earth having the ability to give life in different ways. The spores floating on a river to represent the seeds we

all have. They possess the DNA and water gives them life. This is used as a metaphor for the birth of Seth's baby.