The first part of the novel is set on the Queensland Gold Coastand the second part on the Western Front. The central character of the novel is Jim Saddler, a self-contained young man with a profound understanding of the bird life of an estuary near his home.
Princess Leia is captured by the Galactic Empire. Imperial Stormtroopers manage to board the ship, and after defeating the small number of guards defending the ship, the Sith Lord Darth Vader arrives to assess the damage.
Vader is outraged and questions Captain Antilleswhom he eventually strangles and kills. Hiding on the ship, Princess Leia is spotted by stormtroopers. They shoot her with a stun blast and bring her before Vader.
However, before being detained, Leia was able to record a holographic message with the help of R2-D2and assigned the droid the responsibility of taking the message to a Jedi-in-hiding on Tatooine. Vader orders a message be sent to the Imperial Senateinforming them that the ship was destroyed, with everyone on board killed.
R2-D2 and C-3PO use an escape pod in order to escape the ship and reach the planet of Tatooine below. Luke's destiny "There's nothing for me here now. I want to learn the ways of the Force and become a Jedi like my father.
R2-D2 escapes from the Lars' homestead in search of an Obi-Wan Kenobiwhom the droid claims to be the property of. Obi-Wan takes Luke to his home. Luke receives his father's lightsaberas Obi-Wan recalls his own friendship with Luke's father. Luke is told that a Jedi named Darth Vader betrayed and murdered his father.
Luke refuses to go until he discovers that his aunt and uncle were brutally murdered by stormtroopers searching for the droids. For 17, credits2, in advance and 15, upon arrival, smuggler Han Solo and his first mate, a Wookiee named Chewbaccaagree to take the four of them to Alderaan aboard their ship, the Millennium Falcon.
After brief scuffles with the Empire and henchmen sent by Jabba the Huttthe Falcon escapes the Imperial Blockade at Mos Eisley and Han sets a course for Alderaan, unaware that the planet was about to be mercilessly destroyed by the Empire.
Rescue of the Princess "Here's where the fun begins! The planet was destroyed by the dreaded Death Staron the orders of Grand Moff Tarkinto set an example of the power of the Empire.
The Millennium Falcon is pulled aboard the Death Star by its powerful tractor beam. Heroes en route to the Death Star.
From hidden smuggling compartments, Solo ambushes two stormtroopers of the Imperial scanning crew. With Han and Luke now disguised as the two stormtroopers, the group begins to figure out how to escape.
Obi-Wan separates from the group to disable the tractor beam, leaving the others alone. Luke convinces Han and Chewbacca to rescue her with the vague promise of a grand reward. Han and Chewbacca reluctantly agree.
Luke plans to march into Detention Block AAclaiming that Chewbacca is part of a prisoner transfer. C-3PO and R2-D2 are instructed to remain behind, and the trio sets off on their rescue attempt.
Luke's plan works flawlessly in that they are quick to subdue the officers and guards in the Princess's cellblock.
Unfortunately, no one thought to plan for their escape, and Leia takes charge, blasting a hole in a nearby grate and jumping through while Han and Luke hold off a squad of stormtroopers. Chewbacca, Luke and Han all dive after the princess into the unknown.
Unfortunately, the grate covers a chute that leads to a garbage compactor that is also home to a resident dianoga. Soon after landing, the creature pulls Luke under the surface, but releases him and is scared away when the Imperials realize where the heroes escaped to and activate the compactor.
As the walls close in on the foursome, Luke desperately calls to C-3PO over his comlink asking for the compactor to be shut down.
R2-D2 manages to shut down the compactor just in time, although, amidst the muffled cries of joy over the comlink, C-3PO is briefly convinced that his master and friends have been crushed. After escaping from the trash compactor, the group hurries back to the Millennium Falcon, hoping that Obi-Wan has successfully shut down the tractor beam.
They encounter stormtroopers on their way to the ship, evading and blasting their way past them.Fly Away Peter by David Malouf - `Fly Away Peter' by David Malouf is a powerful war story in which the author has used contrasting settings and strong symbolism to clearly portray his own ideas and opinions of war, and further the readers understanding of the text.
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