Legend Quotes

Marie Lu
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Better genes make for better soldiers make for better chance of victory against the Colonies, my professors always say.”
-- June (Part One, Chapter 1)

Importance: This shows June's mindset at the beginning of the novel. She has truly bought into the rhetoric that she has been taught.

What a bunch of cons, men who had barely passed their Trials. I wonder if I can catch the plague from these people, even though I’m vaccinated. Who knows where they’ve been. Then I stop myself. Metias had told me never to judge the poor like that.
-- June (Part one, Chapter 10)

Importance: This is when June goes undercover as a poor person living on the street. It shows that her mindset is completely elitist. She also remembers her brother cautioning her against this type of thinking.

If there’s something we need to hear about, the generals will tell us.
-- Thomas (Part One, Chapter 22)

Importance: This quote is indicative of Thomas' mindless and blind devotion to the...

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