A Long Walk to Water

A Long Walk to Water

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  • Chapter One
  • Chapter Nine
  • "Salva Mawien Dut Ariik! do you see that group of bushes you need only to walk to as far as those bushes."
  • Chapter Thirteen
  • In the beginning Salva was frozen with fear by the gunfire. The text says, "He felt his heart beating so hard that its pulse pounded in his throat and ears" (pg. 6). That shows that Salva is very young and not able to protect himself from violence.
  • Uncle stopped Salva from stopping and eventually dying. The text says "he spoke to Salva using his full name. Each time Salva would remember his family and he was somehow able to keep his wounded feet moving one painful step at a time" (pg. 53) That shows that Salva is able to help himself as long as his relative is there also.
  • The river that Salva has to cross is filled with deadly dangers. The text says, "Later, he would learn that at least a thousand people had died trying to cross the river, drowned or shot or attacked by crocodiles" (pg. 76). That shows that Salva is able to save himself, though he is also lucky.
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