StoryBoard 3 and 4

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  • "I have told the truth, I have told the truth, I have told the truth,I have told the truth,I have told the truth."
  • Companions/ Sidekicks Julies companion is Maddie. Maddie is both a hindrance in the fact that she is part of the reason that Julie is captured and nessesary because she is a page part of why Julie was able to keep lying while being interrogated. "I like writing about Maddie. I like remembering. I like constructing it, focusing, crafting the story, pulling together the memories" pg. 166
  • Pit of Despair Julie's pit of despair was when she seemed to be going mad from the torture and the thought of never seeing Maddie again. She still has to learn that she is doing the right thing by letting information loose about her prison. "I am finished now, so i will just sit here writing it again and again until someone discovers what i am doing and takes the paper away. I have told the truth..." pg 201
  • Resurrection The resurrection happens when Julie realizes that the resistance is trying to help them and distracts the guards. This doesn't help but it gives Maddie a chance to give Julie the quick way out. The Journey is completed when Maddie shoots Julie. This book illustrated the Journey by showing that anyone is capable of heroism and they don't have to be killers or violent to do so. "Turned her face away from me to make it easier. And I shot her."
  • Timelessness We as humans naturally enjoy stories about heroes. this is because we like to envision ourselves in their place, as heroes. It is exciting. We live the actions of the heroes of the stories because we feel that we could never be like that ourselves.
  • Impact The end of this story shocked me. I never would have expected Julie to die, especially like she did. I felt sadness that I haven't felt in a long time for a character in a book. I feel like the book has taught me the importance of course in strife. I actually chose this book merely because i knew that I had a paperback copy at home and boy am I glad that I did. I personally loved this book and would certainly recommend it to anyone with even the slightest bit of patience for its slo start. It was one of the fist books in a long time that I felt emotionally involved in. I very nearly cried at the end.
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