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  • Dual Existence Of Innocence And Experience
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    INNOCENCE vs. EXPERIENCE It is believed that the world exists in two fashions, innocence and experience. Neither can exist without its opposite. Innocence is where humans begin, and they must pass through experience on their way to heaven. One figure from turn-of-the-century literature are prime examples of innocence lost which characterize this idea. Maggie, author Stephen Crane's main character in Maggie: A Girl of the Streets is a soul whose story shows the trauma of the loss of innocence thr...
  • Loyalty And Betrayal I Am Not Scared
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    This is a profoundly moral tale of lost innocence and adult cruelty. Do you agree? Ammaniti's novel I'm Not Scared set in Acqua Traverse, Italy 1978 is a powerful text, which explores relevant social themes and issues. Besides being a tale of adult cruelty and lost innocence we cannot ignore the role in which loyalty and betrayal play in the novel. These central themes make this novel a compelling text. In the novel Michelle journeys from a joyful innocent child into a perceptive and wiser youth...
  • Embodiment Of Eloise's Innocence
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    Essay: Innocence Lost The world of childhood is protected from many of the problems of the world. The adult world is mentally, physically, and socially an adjustment that can be very difficult for some people. There is sometimes a reluctance to accept adulthood. In "A Perfect Day for Bananafish", as well as "Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut", J.D. Salinger focuses not only on the loss of innocence with youth, but also on events that have changed his characters forever. Ironically, it is often the ch...
  • Andrew Aikenhead And Dave Choate
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    At some point in life, we will all experience the loss of innocence. This loss is not a choice but an eventuality. In the novel "They Shall Inherit the Earth", Michael Aikenhead, Andrew Aikenhead and Dave Choate have all experienced this loss of innocence in different ways, but mainly through the perspective of others. Morley Callaghan in "They Shall Inherit the Earth" demonstrates the loss of innocence through the actions and conflicts between the characters in the novel. Michael Aikenhead had ...
  • Innocence Of The Soldier
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    ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT Erich Maria Remarque in his realistic novel All Quiet on the Western Front, written in 1928, dramatizes how the unrelenting power of war ultimately results in the death of childhood and the birth of manhood in the men of the war. Paul Baumer, the protagonist, has a first hand view of the destructiveness of war, which took his companions, his life and his innocence. With the loss of innocence of the young men came the foreboding of death. With the foreboding of deat...

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