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The Characters in The Wave were searching for an answer to why the Holocaust occurred They wanted to know Why didnt any one try to stop them Strassar 12 Questions like those haunted their teacher Mr Ross He tried to find an answer to their questions but failed Until he decided to start an experiment called The Wave The Wave appealed to the students of Gordon High It meant that no one was better than anyone else Everyone was equal This idea attracted a lot of kids who were classified as losers This meant that they would be the same as the most popular kids in school They chose to join a cult-like club without realizing what it really was This proves that choosing is very hard especially if you see only to positive sides not the negative One student named Robert Billings became very involved in the wave He had been referred to as an untouchable strasser 17 before the wave But once it started he was one of the most active members Laurie Saunderss mother referred to the wave as a cult using Robert as her prime argument She explained to Laurie how cults did the very thing the Wave was doing She said that Robert had made a complete turnaround in the matter of few days Once Robert was in the real world where there was no Wave how would he manage That is one of the turning points in the book where Laurie begins to realize what the Wave really was strasser 72 Robert had chosen the to join the Wave because he was unhappy and overshadowed by his star of an older brother Choices never were easy for Robert to make He must have decided to take a chance on The wave because he had nowhere to go but up It is not until the last pages of the novel that the man who
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