In the words of the Houghton Mifflin Canadian dictionary, deviation is
defined as "an abnormality, a departure". David Strorm, the protagonist in the
novel The Crysalids written by John Wyndham, lives in a community that scarfs
out against all types of deviation abnormalities.
The reader notices Joseph Strorm (David's father) uses his occupation as an
advantage to destroy and abominate all type of human alteration. For instance,
Joseph used his substantially moral mind to deny
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went on, "we must leave tonight, to the Fringes." (pg. 119) Being normal was
really the only thing that made you a person in Waknuk.
A conclusion must be made. In the time of David's living being normal was
really important, until they landed in a community of Sealand, where the were
treated as adequate humans. It was that of David Strorm who brought apart and
destroyed discrimination against all types of devotional abnormalities.