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Unformatted text preview: young and idealistic, Guenever has come to terms with her experiences and developed a sense of what she should live by. Instead of following what she believes is good or bad, right or wrong, Guenever has developed the logic to reasonable determine the path to conduct her life in. Even with the seemingly small four-year age difference between these two women, they have shown that they both view their surroundings in a very different way. Elaine is still very naive and misunderstanding of others and even herself. She is very idealistic and can’t distinguish whether or not a goal is realistic or not. Guenever is showing big superior signs of maturity, which will most likely help her in the upcoming difficulties that will arise in Camelot. One can assume that with a strong lacking of her Mark Moeller 12/21/06 Period 4 knowledge of the world, Elaine will continue to struggle with interpreting her situations and will most likely be frequently misled throughout the rest of the book....
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- Reason, Elaine, Mark Moeller, Guenever