The Chrysalids is told from David's viewpoint. But the various conversations he has with other characters in the story give the reader different views on the same subject.
The inclusion of these different views serves two important purposes. First, it allows the reader to get a clearer picture of the other characters and perspectives. Second, the views serve as a force of change. Being exposed to other thoughts help David mature from a naive small boy into a mature young man.
Determine what the characters listed feel about each of the following topics. You may use quotes, passages, or inferences (logical conclusions) in your responses.