Theme of the Destructors by Graham Greene?

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The theme of the destructors by Graham Greene is lost innocence. The boys are bored from just sitting without doing anything. They develop a challenge to keep them engaged.
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Innocence_Lost. " Innocence Lost.
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The boys are bored, they don't mean to harm anyone. It is a challenge to them, OK set by themselves, but kids used to do things like that rather than sit playing PC games all day.
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The Destructors occurs in the mid-1950s, and is about a boys' gang
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Remember, the climax of the story is the key scene in the tale - that tense or exciting or terrifying moment when our emotional involvement is greatest. Now we learn what the outcome
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