Monday, 26 October 2015

Reading Follow-Up


  • “Rezza knew her life was harsh and the Aggers lives weren’t much better, but at least everyone knew their place.” How do you think people’s acceptance of their place in life plays in the hands of people who have power? 
The guards would have total control because nobody wants to challenge them, they all know their place.



  • When the rebels blew up the mugatyl pipeline, Boyd said “How satisfied the rebels must be.” (Pg 41) What can you make about Boyd’s view of the rebel activity after making this statement?
She thinks the rebels will be happy their operation had succeeded. I also think Boyd is in favour of the rebels

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