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tomorrow when the war began
Transcript of tomorrow when the war began
WAR the war that is featured in the book, is of the invading army wanting the resources that the country has and will stop at nothing to get the country to share their goods with the invaders. This leads to the country taking over Wirrawee and that is where the characters find out about the invaders taking over. what is war Death Death in this book is around the war. Where the soldiers kill to get what they want. It's also when the teenagers kill to stay alive and to help get wirrawee back. The rite of passage is a ritual event that marks a person's progress from one status to another. Rites of passage are often ceremonies surrounding events such as milestones within puberty, coming of age, marriage and death. Rite Of Passage One of the many rites of passage in this book is on
page 5 is where Ellie is allowed to take the land rover to Hell:
'we were allowed to take the land rover'
this shows Ellie being trusted by her parents. Rite Of Passage In The Book Another example is the group being allowed to camp out without adult supervision. Both boys and girls were allowed to camp together. quote on War in the book "A volley of gunfire interrupted us. It was frighteningly loud. We could see the flashes of the fire from the guns. As we watched, trembling we began to recognise their tactics. They were keeping together, moving through the garden, firing into anything that could have concealed a person: a bush, a barbecue pit, a compost heap." page 87 Quote on Death 'It was hard for me to believe that I, plain old Ellie, nothing special about me, middle of the road in every way, had probably just killed three people.' page 95 my poem Death and War
By Jarrod Smith
Death the sorrow
War the misery
Both are ugly
Both will happen
What is the answer?
To end the pain
Answer to the end misery
When will the war end?
When will the next war start? definition of war "A conflict carried on by force of arms, as between nations, or between parties within a nation." Definition of Death "Either irreversible cessation
of circulation of blood in the
body of the person or
irreversible cessation of all
function of the brain of the