Quotes From The Chrysalids

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Character Paragraph – The Chrysalids In John Wyndham’s The Chrysalids, the main character David Storm is not the same as the people that live with him. He is a kind, trustworthy, and a boy of dreams, who sees the world in a different perspective than everyone else. In the beginning of the book, David talks about dreaming about “a city”, which he considers strange “because [the dream] began before [he] even knew what a city was.” When David asked his “eldest sister Mary, where the lovely city [he was dreaming of] could be… she went onto warn [him] seriously not to mention it to anyone else; other people, as far as she knew didn’t have such pictures in their heads…and it would be unwise to mention them.” This shows us that David is possibly

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