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Good copy Evil is a Human invention Introduction Tomorrow When the War began tells a powerful intensive exciting story of Ellie and her friends who struggle in the grips of war One of the central ideas in this novel explores the concept of evil In his book it is evident that evil is a result of conflict and every action in War Ellie the narrator in this story changes because of war and starts to think of the seriousness of war and justify whether it is ok to kill or shoot people and whether or not it is evil In war killing is what you have to do for your country and valuing saving other peoples lives Australian lives in this novel are dramatically affected by war Evil in particular is cruelly portrayed in the novel with a range of actions and images and themes Ellie and her friends faced heaps of ordeals such as accepting the idea to kill and the ugly choices you have to make So what is evil Define evil Evil is a result of conflict and every action in war There is no doubt that War presents itself as evil to the reader since the start of the book However the book suggests that neither evil is good or bad only thinking makes it so Evil in particular is cruelly portrayed A good example for instance are the jets seen by Ellie is described as sinister and threatening on pg 38 A V-shaped line of jets raced overhead very low overhead and then another till six lines in all had stormed through the sky above me Their noise their speed their darkness frightened me Another good example is when Ellie finds the dog dead at the start on page 55 The dogs were dead That was my first thought They didnt jump around or moan with joy when I ran over to them like they always
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