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    Holden. But those complaints remain in the untainted field of the rye as each individual must let go of them and plummet to their corruption, leaving all innocence behind. Sources Consulted Bloom, Harold. Major Literary Characters: Holden Caulfield. New York: Chelsea House, 1990. Pinsker, Sanford. The Catcher In The Rye: Innocence Under Pressure. New York: Twayne Publishers, 1993. Salinger, J.D. The Catcher In The Rye. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1951. Wildermuth, April

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    To Kill A Mockingbird: Death of Innocence A songbird's melody can evoke happiness in anyone, as can the smiling face of a child. The mockingbird sings for the sake of singing, and an innocent child possesses an innate joyfulness, as natural as instinct. Yet a mockingbird's song dies as easily as innocence. In the beginning of the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, Scout and Jem are portrayed as innocents, uncorrupted by our world of prejudice and racism. Their world is simple, sensible, a child's world

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    portrayed as innocents, uncorrupted by our world of racism, social class and prejudice. Their world is simple, sweet and childlike. But by the end of both novels their world has been changed completely, and their innocence has been replaced by the evilness of the human. The loss of innocence in these characters has been caused by prejudice of society and the evilness of humans that surround them. At the beginning of To Kill a Mockingbird Jem is still a child, he even plays with Scout and Dill to the

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    The end of the Age of Innocence was, as is to be expected, a time of great disillusionment and horror in the progress of human technology. From the scientific perspective, the ideas of Newton, which had fit so well and so simply into a smaller point of view of the universe, had been destroyed due to advancements in both micro and macro technology which allowed for the true complexities of the universe to be observed. As such, those closely held ideas must be let go and new ideas must be found,

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    to Basil’s murder. He wants to be thought of as good. On his way to the door, he doesn’t even look at the body, proof that he is ashamed of the joy he had expressed in observing it a few minutes before. He doesn’t want to acknowledge Basil’s death as a death but would rather as an absence. He expresses the same sense of shame and is very sad about what he has done. He also refers to Basil this time around as a “friend”, proof that he wants to be seen as good and truly misses him. He does not wish

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    Jon Krakauer wrote this article about this particular story in outside magazine called “Death of Innocence”. He had a theory that Chris wasn’t starved he was poisoned by the potato seed he wrote this story because it touched his heart in a different way than most people,he related to Chris in a many ways they both traveled and like adventure he even has a close knit relationship with Chris 's family. The reason jon states that Chris didn’t conform because he wasn’t the type of person who would just

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    Death of a Naturalist is concerned with growing up and loss of innocence Death of a Naturalist” is concerned with growing up and loss of innocence. The poet vividly describes a childhood experience that precipitates a change in the boy from the receptive and protected innocence of childhood to the fear and uncertainty of adolescence. Heaney organises his poem in two sections, corresponding to the change in the boy. By showing that this change is linked with education and learning, Heaney

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    is “innocent until proven guilty.” However, one’s innocence can be taken away without a trial. In the novel Bless Me, Ultima, by Rudolfo Anaya, a six year old boy named Antonio Márez is about to begin school when Ultima, an old healer, comes to stay with him and his family. Antonio’s father is a former Vaquero and his mother is very Catholic. When Antonio’s uncle, Lucas, is cursed by the Trementina sisters, he becomes very sick and near to death. Ultima, Lucas’s last hope of survival is able to

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    Innocence is a term used to indicate a lack of guilt, with respect to any kind of crime, or wrongdoing. In a legal context, innocence refers to the lack of legal guilt of an individual, with respect to a crime. With innocence is a running theme throughout 'The Quiet American', 'Up The Line To Death' and '1984' with Greene saying in the quiet american 'Unfortunately the innocent are always involved in any conflict. Always, everywhere, there is some voice crying from a tower. ” and with the theme of

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    the path from innocence to experience. Parents can put their kids on the pathway of innocence to experience but it's the child that must find a way to cross the bridge between innocence and experience by themselves. For some people it is the small events like death that can trigger or push them to change their perspective on life. Doris Lessing, Sandra Birdsell and Alistair Macleod use symbolism to signify that the pathway from innocence to experience involves an encounter with death in the stories

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