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(Pg-30) "He helped the woman from the chair, led her to the tub, removed her robe, and steadied her with his hand on her arm as she stepped in and lowered herself." The change between bathing Larissa in the book to taking it out in the play was an effective choice because the scene where they bath her doesn't really add any story line and does not matter later on in the book
(Pg-147)"I would like to see this morning's release of the twin". The change between keeping the release part in both book and play was an effective choice because it pushed the story line when Jonas found out a release was really killing them and found out that they were going to release Gabe and wanted to find elsewhere
(Pg-73)"No doors in the community were locked, ever". The change between the locked doors in the book and taking them out in the play was not effective because the locked doors made the reader know that his job was really important because their was no other locked doors in the community and really just adds more secrecy
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