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The book compares him to a young Greek god, and his arrival is so full of love of life, of energy and strength that his death comes as an even greater shock to all those on the island.

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Tony Marston's arrival was emphasized because it was unexpected and his appearance disrupted the status quo of the story. His arrival likely introduced conflict or a new dynamic to the narrative, prompting the author to emphasize its significance to the plot.

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