"I'M Not Scared Is all about the Loss of Purity and Mature Cruelty. inch Would You Concur?

 Essay in I’M Not really Scared Is About the Loss of Chasteness and Mature Cruelty. inch Would You Agree?

Michele's experience see him journey coming from an innocent child into a perceptive, wiser and more brilliant young man. The systematic break down of his childhood innocence is a direct result of the cruel actions and betrayals by the persons around him. With every action and betrayal more damaging than the last. Not necessarily until the last moments that whatever continues to be of Michele's innocence is usually finally destroyed by the cruelty of his very own father. The one person he trustworthy and loved the most, the man he thought " Was your boss of Acqua Navigate. " (p. 84)

Michele's purity is present with all the certain thought that all the only real risks to kids were pets of dreams and his imagination, as he says " That i knew witches attained at night in abandoned properties and had celebrations and if you joined in you went mad and that goule ate kids. " (p. 43) His interpretation of his moms warning " Be careful, Michele, you should never go out through the night. When it's dark the bogeyman comes away and usually takes the children apart and sells them to the gypsies, " (p. 87) was the innocent belief that " Gypsies were elf-like creatures that moved very quickly, with foxes' ears and chickens' ft. " (p. 87)

The destruction of Michele's chasteness begins when his perceptions of his father will be seriously challenged; he says " I felt as I'd been stabbed in the part. Nobody got ever talked to sopas like that. Papillas was the supervisor of Acqua Traverse. " (p. 84) Even more shattering was the realization that his father was actually one of those " men" he had warned him about, " It's guys you should be scared of, not monsters" (p. 49) and that; " It had been sopas and the others who had taken the boy away from that lady on television. " (p. 87) Michele soon understands his faithful belief that gypsies were elf-like creatures was not authentic and that in fact " These people were really merely ordinary people. " (p. 87) Michele as well perceives that " Progenitor was the bogeyman. By day time he was very good, but during the night he was poor, " and that " All the others...