Maps prepared by a Dutch cartographer in show this area as Ramancoil, a colloquial form of the Tamil Raman Kovil or Rama's Temple. Rennel in retrieved from the same library called this area as "the area of the Rama Temple", referring to the temple dedicated to Rama at Rameswaram.
In the first book of the Tomorrow series by John Marsden, characters interact with each other more when they discover that their town of Wirrawee has been invaded after they arrive back from their journey to Hell.
Tomorrow, When The War Began sends a clear message to readers about characters demonstrating and showing many acquired skills. One of the skills includes courage which all characters in the text displayed.
Even though all characters demonstrated courage, the two characters who displays the most throughout the novel are Ellie who is the narrator and her friend Kevin. This is due to their heroic actions during the course of the novel where huge risks have been undertaken by them whether it was a simple job or one where lives were at risk.
Courage may be displayed in many ways and like the novel; most of it has been shown by bravery. This is what John Marsden tries to make a clear impression of and as in the novel, characters display courage by working together and doing what they think is right to save not only their family but their entire town from what they now know as an invasion.
They had courage in themselves and never gave up.
This is where Ellie comes into the story and demonstrates how courageous she is just by her actions and thoughts. This all starts when Ellie and a group of friends decide to take a trip down to Hell for a few days. As the day finally came to head home, she became fearful; maybe something had happened after all.
However, when Ellie finally drove up her driveway, she knew that something was wrong straight away. Later on, Ellie found out that not only was there no electricity but the radio stations were also full of static. The first time that Ellie was sent on a mission, she blew up a ride-on mower where she injured at least two out of the three targets.
This was a last minute decision and the idea only came to Ellie when Corrie accidentally kicked it. Courage is also shown when Ellie rescues Lee from the restaurant in a forklift after he gets shot in the leg.
Ellie had lots of courage by the end of the novel and the thought of saving her family was what really motivated her and her actions.
Ellie had help from all her friends but Kevin was always the most supportive of them all. Every character in the book gets to be hero at least once and Kevin was one of them.
Although he had very little to with the book, Kevin showed greater courage than any other just by his actions towards the end of the novel.
They went there because they were in search for ferrets and nets but had no clue that the enemy had seen them.
He then sacrificed himself from the rest of the group and knew what he was doing was right. There was a definite change in Kevin; he became braver and stronger and you could tell that as at the start, he was afraid of creepy crawlies. Get them off me!This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
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