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A childs brutal honesty can be a gift or a blessing Their naive ness to others perceptions and prejudice has their comments and actions cause them no embarrassment or harm because as a child they hold certain innocence Children have the tendency to talk trash about their surroundings and the people surrounding them because of their naive ness they seem to have a sense of perception than an adult could ever have They have the uncanny ability to gossip about everything and nothing at the same time Perceiving the world around them with no limitations or self-censorship Pearls perception of the world around her seems to be a combination of the non self-censored childish and the high maturity of a mature adult For a short period in everyones life you are a child Your ignorance to the world is your window through which you view the world At a very young age not too long after you being to speak you begin to comment on the world around you A child is usually nave to others prejudice which allows for comments to be told openly and without shame good or bad The children of Boston seem to have a perception of Hester as an evil woman a woman that made a pact with the devil These childrens perceptions generally seem to reflect their parents and the community at larges opinion The children of Boston constantly torment Hester and Pearl Knowing that something was not right about the two As Pearl is growing up the other children make her the outcast in every situation possible The extremity of the chilldrens hatred torwards the pair reaches a climax when Pearl is age three Hester had heard rumors around the village that Pearl may be taken away from her and given to a better parent Hester wanted to know if these rumors were true so on the evening that she was supposed to deliver a pair
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