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The Wild Robot Escapes Quotes

Peter Brown
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Reader, can you guess what was tightly packed inside that crate? If you guessed a robot, you’re correct. But this was no ordinary robot. It was ROZZUM unit 7134. You might remember her old life on a remote, wild island. Well, Roz’s new life was just about to begin.
-- Narrator (Chapter 1: The City)

Importance: This quote establishes that this novel is the second in a series while providing enough information to any readers who may not have read the previous novel. This quote introduces the reader to Roz, both with her robot title and her human name. This immediately shows the reader that Roz is fundamentally different than other robots. She has a name. She has had a whole different life, and this novel is her opportunity to start over. Whether or not that is for the best remains will be shown in the upcoming chapters.

I spent my first year of life on...
-- Roz (Chapter 7: The Robot's Story)

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