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It was getting harder to tell when people were going to die… They had forgotten their songs.
-- Dahlia (Chapter 1 paragraph 5)

Importance: Here, Dahlia describes the condition that she, and so many others, are faced with. They no longer have a Purpose, a reason for living, a song to sing and live by. Dahlia’s utter lack of Purpose is such a daunting thing that it often exacts a physical toll on people, and it is exacting depression on Dahlia. It provides evidence for the theme of purpose, and becomes a core concept in Dahlia's evolution as a character as she seeks to find her Purpose in life.

They see that doing nothing when you see evil means that eventually you become a part of that evil.
-- Michael (Chapter 2 paragraph 47)

Importance: Here, Michael explains the importance of people joining the fight against C-8. This includes not just Resistance members or the poor, but everyone. Silence is consent. Silence is...

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