A Long to Water
By pty_kai, Updated
in this scene
where is my family? what are they going to do to us?
the village of Loun-Ariik ...burned few people survived... no one knows where they are
Salva is afraid in this picture. I can tell because in the text it says "What are they going to do to us? Where is my family?...a solider approached Salva and raised his gun Salva froze."(pg. 10). This means when Salva froze he was afraid that the soldier would shoot him.
In this picture Salva becomes hopeful. I can tell because in the text it says "'Uncle',he cried, and ran in to the man's arms" (pg. 34). this shows that Salva is hopeful again because he now has family with him.
In this picture it shows that Salva becomes hopeless again. I can tell because in the text it says "Uncle's words came back to him "the village of Loun-Ariik ...burned few people survived... no one knows where they are.'(pg. ). This means the orange head scarf is probably not his mother's. This makes him feel hopeless because he has no family with him.
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