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In The Village, why do the elders prefer that the citizens maintain innocence rather than gain knowledge?

A-Level: English

Title:  In The Village, why do the elders prefer that the citizens maintain innocence rather than gain knowledge?
Description  In The Village, why do the elders prefer that the citizens maintain innocence rather than gain knowledge?
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The elders of the village strive to protect the younger generations and shield the truth from them because each member has suffered at the hands of modern society. Each elder has lost a family member due to violence and crime, and that loss was so destructive and overwhelming that they could not imagine living in such a horrible world. In order to escape modern society, they could find no other alternative but to cut themselves off completely and form their own society in which the evils of the modern world did not exist. Greed and violence are non-existent as money and weapons are not a part of their society. The elders purposely designed the village to match that of a 19th century Puritan community in which the younger generations are raised to respect the elders and the Church.
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