In Chapter 10, Thomas stumbles upon the Glade's graveyard. Based on the description of the graveyard, what conclusions can you draw about the Gladers' view of death?
It seems like they have accepted it as a part of their everyday life. It is not exactly routine to have a Glader die, but it has definitely happened enough to be a factor that the Gladers must take seriously. While the grave markers were simple and no flowers or other signs of tending to the graves were present, the Gladers wanted the graves to be a reminder. For instance, the grave that shows the remaining "half" of the boy who tried to jump into the Box to escape, has a warning attached to it to never try...
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