Table of Contents
- 1 Why did Gally try to kill Thomas?
- 2 Why does Gally not like Thomas?
- 3 Why is Newt called the glue?
- 4 Why did they put grievers in the Maze?
- 5 Why does Thomas want Newt at the end of Chapter 48?
- 6 Why does Thomas decide he needs to be stung by a Griever?
- 7 Why does Thomas call Gally a hypocrite?
- 8 Why did Gally threaten Thomas and Winston’s lives?
Why did Gally try to kill Thomas?
Gally was despised by most of the Gladers due to his arrogant nature. When the surviving Gladers made it through the Griever Hole, Gally emerged from the shadows with a knife and, while under control of WICKED, attempted to kill Thomas by throwing it at him.
Why does Gally not like Thomas?
Although it seems a bit over-the-top, Gally has his own reasons for hating Thomas, and especially what Thomas represents. Quite literally, actually: Gally dies sacrificing himself to a Griever rather than returning to life outside the Glade.
What does Gally accuse Thomas of being for the creators?
Gally accuses Thomas of being a spy for the Creators, and lists the bizarre occurrences since his arrival as proof. He recommends that Thomas be locked in the Slammer for a month and then they have another Gathering to make a decision.
What surprising information does Gally share with Thomas?
What surprising information does Gally share with Thomas? The surprising information was that Gally said that he saw Thomas during the changing when he got stung. Similarities and differences between, “The Maze Runner,” and “The Hunger Games.”
Why is Newt called the glue?
Newt isn’t called the glue because he holds everyone together, he’s called the glue because people get attached to him after like 0.5 seconds. wow.
Why did they put grievers in the Maze?
Grievers are artificially engineered creatures that appear in the Maze Runner book trilogy by James Dashner and The Maze Runner film. The Grievers’ purpose is to hunt down and kill the Gladers as part of the Trials, to test which ones are suitable for creating a cure for the Flare virus that threatens the human race.
Why did Gally think Thomas was fishy?
Why did Gally think there was something fishy about Thomas? He noticed that the beetle blades seemed to focus their attention on Thomas. Thomas was wearing expensive clothing unlike an other Newbie’s. Thomas had somehow known Gally’s name without anyone telling him.
What is Alby afraid of and why?
Alby is afraid of change. Thomas represents that change and he doesn’t like it.
Why does Thomas want Newt at the end of Chapter 48?
Thomas tells Chuck to get Newt so that they can call a Gathering. Then he contacts Teresa in his head and tells her that he remembers more now. Thomas says they’ve done bad things but he has a plan to escape the Maze. Thomas tells Newt to call a Gathering so that Thomas can explain his plan for escaping the Maze.
Why does Thomas decide he needs to be stung by a Griever?
Thomas gets stung purposely by a Griever so he can remember his life before the Maze. He learns that there is only one way of escape: through the Griever Hole. The Gladers make it through the Griever Hole, losing half of their members, including Alby. They are greeted by someone who works for WICKED and Gally.
Why is Alby suspicious of Thomas?
Alby is suspicious because every new glader or greenie comes every month and it didn’t pass a month from when Thomas came when the new girl came she had a message said that she’s the last one to come to the glade, last Minho found a dead griever in the forest and it didn’t happen before that they found a dead griever.
What is the number one rule in the glade?
What is the Number One Rule in the Glade? Never enter the Maze if your not a Runner.
Why does Thomas call Gally a hypocrite?
He calls Gally a hypocrite, because when he entered the Maze he broke the same rule that Thomas did, and which he is now trying to punish Thomas for.
Why did Gally threaten Thomas and Winston’s lives?
Gally did threaten his and Thomas’s lives after all. Winston posits that perhaps Gally should not be so casually dismissed. After all, he’s been through the Changing.
Why did the Gladers support Thomas in the Maze Runner?
Half of the Gladers support what Thomas represents: a necessary change in the routine that will help them find an escape from the Maze. The other half see Thomas as a danger to their way of life: his new ideas and changes may lead to a breakdown in order.
Where does Thomas sit in the gathering of the keepers?
Everything you need for every book you read. LitCharts assigns a color and icon to each theme in The Maze Runner, which you can use to track the themes throughout the work. At the Gathering of the Keepers, Thomas sits in a large room in the Homestead before the eleven Keepers.