The Westing Game
I think that this shows an important part of the book. Sam Westing left a will, and it explained the whole Westing game. The game would make no sense without it.
I think that Sam Westing dying is a very important part of the book. If Westing didn't die, there would be not point in the Westing game, and no one likes to read a book that has no point.
I think that a thinking person really represents all the thinking that is done in this book. If they didn't have to think, the book would be really boring.
The bombings are pretty important because it shows that people are trying to stop other people. If the bombings didn't happen, then the heirs and heiresses might not be afraid that someone is trying to kill them.
A crow represents the character named Crow. It is very important when she admitted that she was the clue, or else the book would go on and on forever. They would always be looking for more clues and Sam Westing would never get a rest.
I think that a tower in a sunset represents Sunset Towers. Sunset Towers is where all the heirs live. If you took out Sunset Towers, everyone would live in different places, and it would be hard to get to the reading of the will, and they cannot help each other with the clues.
I think that a turtle really represents when the character named Turtle when she admitted that she was the bomber. If she didn't admit it, then the book would go on for a really long time with them trying to figure out who the bomber was.
I think that a private investigator represents Otis Amber being a private investigator for Sam Westing. It kind of explains why he was 62 and still an idiot delivery boy (which was his disguise). It really made things fit together when I read that part.
This picture represents when the partners were grouped. I think that it is important because the book would be really boring if everyone just worked by themselves. The book would go on for a long time, because two heads are better than one in this case.