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Why is the adult’s perspective on life different from that of a child?

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A child’s speech and line of thought, his actions and reactions, are natural and not guided by any outward influence. He speaks from his heart in accordance with what is ethically right in his perspective. On the other hand, an adult has many things to consider before speaking or reacting. Thus, the influence of society governs and dominates his thoughts.  

In this chapter, Jo speaks what she considers correct. But Jack, an adult caught in a dilemma, kept thinking on the consequences of accepting his daughter's ending to the story and what the society has made him learn over time. The changing trends, the growing individuality, the women's liberation from male domination and decaying human values all refer to an adult's world. However ,a child is ignorant of all this and judges the world around with his /her own perspective.

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