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The Nave Little Girl Those who trust in the goodness of others are easily deceived They belief that people are truly good and honest They will depend on their instinct and refuse to listen to reason If they are given the evidence of foul play their reaction will not be a negative one but a positive one Their views on situations in life are extraordinary They will see a certain task as a privilege and others will see it as dishonorable In the story The Stolen Party by Liliana Heker there is a little girl whose nave thinking makes her lose her innocence when she discovers discrimination between the social classes exists Rosaura the maids daughter is invited to a rich girls party Rosaura believes that she is invited to the party because she feels that Luciana and her are friends Luciana and Rosaura spend a good amount time together Every afternoon they do their homework and drink tea in the kitchen They also tell each other secrets Spending all that time with Luciana gives Rosaura enough reason to assume that they are friends Rosaura refuses to believe that she is invited to the party for any other reason Herminia Rosauras mom tries to explain to Rosaura that Luciana is not her friend but Rosaura becomes upset and yells Shut up You know nothing about being friends Rosaura says Im going because it will be the most lovely party in the whole world Ill die if I dont go On the morning of the party she finds her Christmas dress ready for the party and later that afternoon her mother rinses her hair in apple vinegar so that it would be all nice and shiny Senora Ines complements Rosaura on how lovely she looks Rosaura then walks into the party with a firm step She says hello to Luciana and asks about the monkey She
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