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What is the theme of hypocrisy in the novel chrysalids?

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Timothy Norman on July 15, 2019

David's society, despite its concern for the True Image , allows the great-horses to be bred and used. These horses are huge, far bigger than any normal horse. But, what about twice in the normal work of a horse at less than twice the power. For the sake of profit the True Image can be ignored. The hypocrisy is a sample of the universal human condition and the people of Waknuk are no different from us.

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