Feed

Feed

by

M. T. Anderson

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Loga Character Analysis

Loga is a minor character in the novel, a friend of Calista and Quendy. She and Titus dated shortly before the novel begins, and like many of Titus’s friends, she often seen at Link’s parties. Loga is a typically vacuous member of upper class society: when she visits her friends in the hospital, for example, she can’t even muster the compassion or attention to show them sympathy, since she’s too busy chatting with her friends via her feed.

Loga Quotes in Feed

The Feed quotes below are all either spoken by Loga or refer to Loga. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one:
Corporations and Consumerism Theme Icon
). Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Candlewick Press edition of Feed published in 2012.
Part 3: The Real Thing Quotes

"This top is the Watts Riot top."
Violet said, "I can never keep any of the riots straight. Which one was the Watts riot?"
Calista and Loga stopped and looked at her. I could feel them flashing chat.
"Like, a riot," said Calista. "I don't know, Violet. Like, when people start breaking windows and beating each other up, and they have to call in the cops. A riot. You know. Riot?"

Related Characters: Titus (speaker), Violet Durn (speaker), Calista (speaker), Loga
Page Number: 163
Explanation and Analysis:
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Loga Character Timeline in Feed

The timeline below shows where the character Loga appears in Feed. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Part 1: Impact
Corporations and Consumerism Theme Icon
Apathy, Happiness, and Satisfaction Theme Icon
Titus, Marty, and Link—along with three female friends, Calista, Loga, and Quendy—find their hotel rooms. Titus is tired, but Marty and Link keep him awake... (full context)
Corporations and Consumerism Theme Icon
Apathy, Happiness, and Satisfaction Theme Icon
...a “secret patriotic experiment.” Titus breaks his “arm lesion,” and it oozes everywhere. Titus and Loga dated until a few months ago, but he claims they’re friends now. Nevertheless, Titus is... (full context)
Part 1: The Nose Grid
Corporations and Consumerism Theme Icon
Apathy, Happiness, and Satisfaction Theme Icon
Resistance Theme Icon
...Titus is worried that the girl will hear them talking and think they’re “dumb.” Quendy, Loga, and Calista go to the bathroom to fix their hair to adapt to the new... (full context)
Part 2: Still Boring
Apathy, Happiness, and Satisfaction Theme Icon
Resistance Theme Icon
...been contacted. The only one of them who hasn’t been “touched by the hacker” is Loga. The police confirm that the hacker is a “naysayer of the worst kind.” In the... (full context)
Part 2: Night. And Boring
Apathy, Happiness, and Satisfaction Theme Icon
...the friends are still in the hospital. Link is awake, and paces back and forth. Loga has come to visit, but she is clearly chatting with her friends on Earth and... (full context)
Part 2: Salad Days, with Sneeze Guard
Corporations and Consumerism Theme Icon
Apathy, Happiness, and Satisfaction Theme Icon
Loga visits the hospital, but has to stop talking to her friends because her favorite feedcast... (full context)
Part 3: The Real Thing
Corporations and Consumerism Theme Icon
Resistance Theme Icon
...of times, receiving a year’s supply in the process. While meeting up with Calista and Loga, Titus is surprised to see that they look burned and are wearing retro “Riot Gear”... (full context)
Corporations and Consumerism Theme Icon
Apathy, Happiness, and Satisfaction Theme Icon
Resistance Theme Icon
...Link suggests they buy Coke, since they’ve started to become thirsty. Violet asks Calista and Loga about their “Watts Riot” tops, and wonders what incited the Watts Riot. Calista doesn’t know,... (full context)
Corporations and Consumerism Theme Icon
Apathy, Happiness, and Satisfaction Theme Icon
Resistance Theme Icon
Class and Segregation Theme Icon
Violet chats Titus and asks him to take her home—she can’t stand Calista and Loga. Titus reluctantly agrees, and he and Violet leave while Calista shows off her WTO Riot... (full context)