John Marsden's Tomorrow When The War Began

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John Marsden’s tomorrow when the war began (1994) is a narrative of an Australian teenager named Ellie Linton and her friends who became guerrilla fighters after the invasion of her homeland by an unknown military force. A key passage in page 75-76 explains how the group transforms into effective leaders while making tough decisions. Marsden’s message in the passage is to be a good leader in a time of crisis, unpopular decisions must be made in order to save the group. Marsden’s passage begins when protagonist Homer forced to make unpopular suggestions in a time of crisis. The author begins the passage by Homer suggesting that the group should split up rather than stay together. Homer suggests to the group “I think we should split up” this
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