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Which statements are universal themes associated with this topic? select three options. when the boy saw the effects of war, he no longer viewed life as innocent. the path from innocence to experience can be long and difficult. one way to define innocence is as a lack of worldly experience or sophistication. the loss of innocence is a result of gaining experience and making mistakes. protecting the innocence of others prevents them from taking risks in their lives.

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