Kansko Chansko

Father of Atlanta and Heineman, son of Zinjanthrop. Often protrayed as useless. Lost his senate seat due to an affair with Quarleen. Sired an illegitimate daughter, Quarleen the younger.

In obedience to Kansko Chansko, the Jubiladilias went upstairs to the Family Conference Room. There was Atlanta, her brother Heineman, her mother Olabadilia Lazamora, her father Kansko Chansko, her cousin Dug Mantis and her grandfather Zinjanthrop. [WoH Ch13]

A good question. Zinjanthrop was close-mouthed when it came to personal matters. He wasn't given to intimate disclosure: rather, his every conversational enterprise was likely to be in the mode of battle. When Atlanta sat and thought about it - what did she know of her grandfather? She had always known that he had been a senator; that he had handed his senate seat to his son Kansko Chansko (who had thereafter lost that seat through scandal); and that his ruling ambition in life was to see the seat reclaimed by his grandson Heineman Yakaskam. [WoH Ch2]

As the briefing continued, Heineman's attention began to slip, and he started speculating about Nodo's proposal that Atlanta should be made a judge. It would certainly limit her scope for mischief. She had definitely miscalculated - or acted with malice - when suggesting that Heineman awaken the question of Nodo's marriage. Tan Spanda Del Sholomok Nodo had married Quarleen the Younger, who was Heineman's half-sister, the illegitimate daughter his father Kansko Chansko had sired on the singing girl now known as Quarleen the Older.
That made Nodo - what? Heineman's brother-in-law? Was the husband of an illegitimate half-sister a brother-in-law? [NoP Ch3]

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