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A B C Project, Uglies
Transcript of A B C Project, Uglies
Shay introduces Tally to David her boyfreind. Later on David finds Tally very attractive and even starts giving her presents. When Shay finds out about this she becomes jealous over Tally.
Tally is trying to see Peris at Garbo Mansion, but since the bridges have detectors that can sense a person's presence she has to use an old bridge that isn't technology-based and doesn't use hoverstruts.
Croy is a character in
and is the first person in the Somke to suspect Tally as a spy. Later on he helps Tally by telling everyone to take of their shoes for Tally to were.
Garbo Mansion is were all the pretties in that part of the town party. In the beginning of the book, Tally travels there to see Peris.
An example of historical context is when Scott Westerfeld added interface rings. The reason he added then was because rings were associated with magic so he wanted to add a device with magic-like properties, opening and closing a door, being a tracking device, and a lot of other things.
David is the first person ever mentioned that lives at the Smoke to Tally by Shay. Later one David becomes Tally's boyfriend and they go to rescue the people of the Smoke from Special Circumstances.
An allusion in
"We're not freaks, Tally. We're normal. We may not be gorgeous, but at least we're not hyped-up Barbie dolls." (Westerfeld)
It's an allusion because it mention Barbie dolls which is a popular brand.
Formulate a way to get out of the deal with Dr. Cable.
-Simply get rid of the pendant without activating it and run away to the Smoke in secret.
Tally and Shay are best friends in
When Tally is assigned the spy mission by Dr. Cable, she is given a hoverboard, food, and a survival knapsack.
Littlies are the young kids in Tally's world that are under the age of thirteen.
"The early summer sky was the color of cat vomit" (Westerfeld). It's an example of a metaphor bcause it uses the word "was".
"Garbo Mansion was Fat, Bright, and loud." (Westerfeld).
It's an example of imagery because it provokes you sense of sight, and hearing.
When Shay departs for the Smoke she gives Tally a note, which was the directions for finding the Smoke, in hopes Tally would change her mind and go to.
After every Uglie turns 16 they get the operation which not only changes their looks but their mind too.
"Of course, a vein of iron in the cliff might carry her down safely" (Westerfeld). This is an example of personofication because a vein of iron can't actually carry someone down, only humans can carry something.
"As long as you cure me, no matter what I say. Don't leave my like Shay"-Tally (Westerfeld). This quote is significant because it shows how much Tally has changed from a person who wants to be pretty to a person who doesn't want to be a Pretty.
At the beginning when Tally was going see Peris at Garbo Mansion, she had to cross a river to get there.
An example of symbolism in
was The scar on Tally And Peris's hand that symbolized their friendship.
A theme of
is, looks come at a price.
An Ugly is a person between the age of 13 and 16 who are considered, ugly.
I can infer that all of the people who live in Uglyville, and the other districts are vegetarians because the meat in Spagbol is fake.
Westerfeld is the last name of the author who wrote this book, Scott Westerfeld.
Youngblood is the last name of the protagonist of this book, Tally Youngblood.
By: Jacob Cramer