What are the similarities between the characters of Kezia and Else in A Doll's House?

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Kezia and Else, despite coming from very different backgrounds, both seem to possess an innocence that other children have grown out of as a result of their understanding of how adults feel. For example, Isabel Burnell and her school friends have clearly taken their cues from adults in their lives, speaking without compassion regarding the Kelvey girls; Isabel and company even go a step further and are actually cruel to Lil and Else because of their poor background. Lil is aware of their malice and seems to try hard to keep herself and Else out of the cross hairs as much as she can. Kezia does not join in with...

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