Adversity In The Maze Runner, By James Dashner

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In the novel, The Maze Runner, by James Dashner, the characters grow from their conflicts and become a tougher person. The main causes of adversity are dealing and fighting through emotion, battles, and moral dilemmas. In The Maze Runner, the main cause of adversity is Thomas is thrown into “The Box”, to find himself waking up in The Glade. Thomas wakes up and is surrounded by a very unfamiliar setting and unfamiliar faces. Hardship is shown throughout The Maze Runner by showing Thomas’ experiences while trying to survive The Glade. The cause of the conflict of emotion and loneliness is shown by, “Thomas looked over at Newt, hoping for help. Everything inside him churned and hurt; the tears that had yet to come burned his eyes.” The author

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