The Death Cure Themes

James Dashner
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Teamwork

When a manmade virus is introduced to the world, it can quickly and easily spread across the world because it is an airborne disease. With air travel being what it is, one virus can be around in the world in a matter of days. One of the primary themes of the book is teamwork.

For the best interest of the United States and the world, WICKED and the human population all have to learn to work together. First, they have to learn to delegate the duties according to their own expertise. This is why WICKED chooses to help find a cure for the Flare. The agents of WICKED try to convince the human race, especially the Immunes, that it is their duty to participate in the experiments to help WICKED discover a cure for the disease. The ultimate goals of everyone are keeping the virus from spreading and...

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