The Chrysalids Lessons Analysis

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The Lessons From "The Chrysalids"
The lessons from" The Chrysalids"so limited, but all the lessons are useful. In fact, the meaningful book will help people gains a lot of lessons. Thus, people considered reading is an excellent habit. Firstly, the novel based on the nuclear war and the story happened hundreds of years ago. Secondly, the place is a religions land called Waknuk and Joseph Strorm was the leader of Waknuk. Thirdly, David Strorm is Joseph Strorm's son, but David wants to against Joseph Strorm. In conclusion, the lessons from" The Chrysalids" are don't be too strict on the point of view, the science explains the world better and people always have to think before to talk.
Don't be too strict on the point of view is the lessons
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At the beginning of the book, Joseph gets into the trouble in an unguarded moment. Joseph was mad at David because David said"wants to have three hands". Even know, that is just a flippant sentence, but the sentence still let David into the trouble. Secondly, David blamed himself because of the promise. David promised hard on to keep the secret of Sophie's six toes. Then, David influenced into a lot of troubles because of the secret. But finally, David still ended up with deep remorse because David betrayed Sophie's trust. Thirdly, Joseph caused Harriet died because the refused. Joseph said the cold words to refused Harriet. Even know this is Joseph's talking style, but the words still mad Harriet feel bad. Finally, after the baby arrived the Fringes , Harriet died in an unclear reason. In conclusion, the lessons from " The Chrysalids" is people always have to think before to talk because David and Joseph get into the troubles by a flippant sentence, the promise and the refused.

Don't be too strict on the point of view, the science explains the world better and always have to think before to talk are the lessons from "The Chrysalids". To start with, don't be too strict on the point of view like what Joseph did on the deviations. Then, science explains the world better rather than god. Finally, always to think before to talk even on the needle size things. All the lessons from " The Chrysalids" are the useful life lessons. Also, the different people will have learned different lessons from the
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