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    read Uglies, I wonder why did the society do the operation and what is their goal? Scott Westerfeld is the author of The Uglies Series. His purpose of writing The Uglies Series was to say that you are your own person and that we are all unique. Mr. Westerfeld writing to you about The Uglies Series will allow me to understand and learn more behind The Uglies Series, as well as to share my own opinions about The Uglies Series. The Uglies Series changed me as it made me think that we are all unique and that we are all different. In Uglies, Tally is bullied because she was an ugly and was not old enough to get the operation that would have turn her into a pretty. Uglies have many rules to follow, all uglies have a curfew while pretties…

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    Have you ever been betrayed? Have you ever loved? Have you ever betrayed anyone else? Everyone go through their lives meeting new people everyday. Sometimes we end up getting to know eachothers very well and others not so much. But for the ones people end up loving, they might lose. When they lose someone, it might feel as betray. This part of a theme shown through the Uglies series. The Uglies series is about a girl, Tally, trying to find herself and become pretty while other’s influence her…

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    Swami Vivekananda said “Every change is being forced upon us.” In Tally’s world no words could be more true. Pretties and Specials are the second and third books in the Uglies series. Within the trilogy the story follows Tally, a young girl who finds out what is truly happening in her society. In Tally’s futuristic city people undergo an operation on their sixteenth birthday to become a “Pretty” the operation alters their looks and their brains. During the operation a lesion is put in everyone’s…

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    The Uglies Book Report

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    The Uglies written by Scott Westerfeld was published by Simon Pulse Publishing on May 2011 and contains 406 pages. The Uglies is a science fiction novel about Tally Youngblood, a teenage girl, living in Uglyville, who is trying to decide the truth of the pretty operation and the importance of her friends. The Uglies is the first of the four books in the Ugly series. Tally Youngblood, the main character in this novel, is a fifteen year old girl that lives in Uglyville. The author makes Tally…

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    as they develop new ways of seeing things. In Uglies, it displays the journey and development of a young fifteen year old girl named Tally Youngblood. She starts off having her whole life planned out in front of her; however, she later begins thinking about what she really wants when she explores other parts of the world. Tally goes through major changes and learning experiences to gradually find herself as she explores the wild. She eventually comes to terms with reality and learns what normal…

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    The book I read was Uglies by Scott Westerfeld. The main character, Tally, changes greatly throughout the book. The story starts off with her sneaking into New Pretty Town, where all the new pretties stay after their surgery. She runs into another ugly there. Her name is Shay, but she doesn’t have the usual mindset that all uglies have. She doesn’t see why becoming a pretty is so wonderful. She just wants to stay who she is. Tally, on the other hand, has always wanted to become a pretty ever…

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    This novel Uglies by Scott Westerfeld focuses on the protagonist Tally and the antagonist Dr. Cable, who are citizens in a futuristic society that takes place 300 years from now in a city. In the second half of the novel, Tally finally reaches the Smoke. However, she does not call Dr. Cable to tell her she has arrived safely, instead she starts to like the Smoke. Tally throws her communicating device in the fire and instead of it demolishing, it activates releasing her location to Dr. Cable…

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    Tally In Uglies

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    All an ugly has ever dreamt of is to be pretty. What does is mean to be pretty? Does it mean just a symmetrical face, exquisite bone structure, and flawless skin? Or is there so much more that is all kept a secret? In Scott Westerfeld’s novel, Uglies, Tally Youngblood is just another ugly longing for her sixteenth birthday on which she is to turn pretty. All is well until she finds out that being pretty isn’t really as beautiful as it seems. Throughout the novel the theme of appearance showed…

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    In Uglies, by Scott Westerfeld, the theme is respect because you have to respect people's opinions even If you don't agree with it. On page 392-393 389, in the book Uglies, Maddy, David's Mother, is talking to Tally about giving Shay pills. "Yeah right. That's what Tally keeps telling me. But you don't understand. "Maddy shook her head. 'Only if she wants to be cured. These are experimental, Tally. We can't give them to someone against their will.' (It is difficult to understand what is…

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    Tally Youngblood is the main character in Scott Westerfield’s Uglies; Her characterization advances the theme of inner strength in the story. Tally is blackmailed into betraying her friend. Dr. Cable, a woman of high rankings, refuses to grant Tally permission to undergo a surgery to make her gorgeous unless Tally betrays her friend Shay. Tally is given orders to search for and uncover a secret society specified as the Smoke. Tally is a vulnerable, young girl whose only wish is to be…

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