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During her life, Sally, the main character in Sally in the Afterlife, believed she and everyone around her was an island, completely separate and cut off from the other islands around her, and that nothing anyone did affected anyone else. Therefore, she and the other islands around her could behave almost any way they wanted, without any consequences to speak of. In fact, throughout Sally’s life, she prided herself on her independence, which she admired as one of her major strengths and greatest virtues.