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Childhood innocence contains curiosity imagination and a carefree fragile mind that has not experienced the cruelty of the world Orson Scott Cards Enders Game expresses that general isolation causes the loss of childhood In the novel Enders isolation is caused by the hostile characters at the Battle School the mind game and the removal of the monitor All of these elements prevent him from getting close to others resulting in isolation also causing the loss of childhoodOne of the elements of isolation that leads to the loss of childhood is the hostile characters at the battle school particularly Graff and Bonzo Graff stands behind the action and makes things happen while Bonzo is too rigid to see opportunities in front of him Isolation towards Ender starts in the shuttle before they reach the Battle School To prove this Graff says Ill have him completely separated from the rest of the boys by the time we get to school Card page 27 Ender expects Graff to be tough and pick on him but instead he sets him up as the best by continuously bragging about him This causes hatred of the other soldiers to grow towards Ender Graff means to do that to make Ender stand out from the others and to make him into the best soldier Enders isolation does not stop there but it continues as he finally begins to get along with the Launchies and make friends So as soon as he can cope with a situation you move him to one he cant cope with Card page 66 says General Levy when he finds out Graff is transferring Ender to Salamander Army This declares that Graff does not want Ender to get used to where he is and that he wants Ender to be able to handle everything that is thrown at him which is a form of isolation Isolation towards Ender continues by his next commander Bonito de Madrid also known
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