In Chapter 1, David is an idealistic ten-year-old boy, but he is also too innocent to understand the adult world around him. In a well-developed S.E.E. (state, example, explain) paragraph, prove this statement.
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I can't do this assignment for you but I can comment on your question. In chapter 1, David is still full of wonder and fear about his community. He has been taught to fear all deviants. He is intimidated by his father and patriarch of the community who ruthlessly seeks out any deviations. David accepts the narrow religious dogma of his father until he begins to mature and think for himself.