Morton Rhue "The Wave" Chapter 1. On a beautiful day, Laurie Saunders, a pretty girl with short light-brown hair and a permanent smile, sits alone in the. Title The Wave Author Morton Rhue Publisher Heinemann New Windmills Title The title of the book is The Wave. The book is called The Wave because the book. The Wave is a young adult novel by Todd Strasser under the pen name Morton Rhue It is a novelization of a teleplay by Johnny Dawkins for the movie The Author: Todd Strasser.
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Christ… this shit is fucked up.
The Wave by Todd Strasser
So… what do YOU think happens? They all become little Nazis. For example Robert and Brian are such monitors.
Laurie asks what the point of this is. Ben Ross says it is an example of how a group controls itself.
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As Laurie has no more questions, Ben Ross adds a new word to the mottos. He explains that a group can only achieve something by action. He tries to convince the students, that they have to work together, obey the rules and guarantee the success of The Wave.
Laurie feels such a single-mindedness and morton rhue the wave obedience to Mr.
Ross, that is already creepy. Ben tells them more about the equality and a team.
Then he gives a first action to them: To be a new member the others have to demonstrate the knowledge of the rules and promise morton rhue the wave strong obedience to them. David especially thinks about the football team.
Suddenly a student called George Snyder raises his hand and says that he feels like beeing part of something for the first time in his life.
Likewise Robert stands up and says he feels like he is born new. Even Amy confirms what the two have said. Now David says that he is proud of The Wave.
All these meanings surprised Ben and he could not deny what they said. So he orders the morton rhue the wave and the mottos: The same day at lunch all members of The Wave sit in the cafeteria at a long table.
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Even Morton rhue the wave is allowed to sit there, because David says they are all part of it. The students discuss about The Wave until Laurie asks if anybody feels strange about it. But the others don't understand her.