Key Scenes- Power of Literature

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Chapter 7 - page 53
This is where the narrator explains the power of the book he is reading. "awakening desire, passion, impulsive action"
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Chapter 11 - page 83
" About those books - what if we stole them? - LCS. This shows that she has been influenced by the books.
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Chapter 12 - page 84
" It was thanks to the Seamstress that we were able to keep track"
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Chapter 12- page 84
"Nothing escaped her" - this shows that she is becoming confident and she is leading the boys, telling them what to do.
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Chapter 12- page 93
" 'There it is!' I cried " - this shows the narrator's enthusiasm and how excited he is to have finally found the books. Also he
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Chapter 12- Page 93
"We removed the rope and raised the lid in silence"- this shows that after reading that one book, they are willing to steal the others. Despite its wrong but because of the influence they don't care that much about getting in trouble.
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Chapter 12- page 94
"With these books, I shall transform the Little Seamstress" - Luo, This is the beginning of the how the LCS will change.
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Chapter 21-page 167
"immaculate tennis shoes"- this shows that she is a city girl and no longer a simple mountain girl.
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Chapter 18- 135
"It was a totally new experience for me"- LCS, this suggests how after experiencing the books she had changed into a complete different person
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Chapter 21- page 172
"She said she had learnt one thing from Blazac"- this shows that the source of her transformation are from the books.
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