Compare And Contrast Anthem And Giver

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Two stories that are alike

Anthem Ayn Rand and Giver Lois Lowry are alike and different in many ways.
Anthem is about a boy named Equality 7-2521 and how his life is controlled, but that does not stop him from doing the things he wants to achieve. Giver is about a boy named Jonas becoming the next receiver he is controlled by his parents, and the Giver. Jonas realizes that through his dreams the giver is giving him, that life should be like those loving, and caring. Both of these stories are controlled by one, these two boys have no say in anything someone else makes the decisions for them. Giver and Anthem have lots of interesting things in common but they also have their differences. Anthem is about Equality 7-2521 he is very different from everyone he likes the things he is not supposed to like. Equality does not have a say in anything he does him and his brothers are controlled. Equality wants to be a teacher he can’t because his job is picked for him and that would be a street sweeper. He hates it because he loves to teach and he has lots of knowledge, he loves learning new things. Equality finds an underground subway tunnel and he keeps it to himself because he knows that he will get in trouble for not telling. Equality discovers lots of things while he is down in the tunnel, he creates electricity and he gets time to
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Books like these are very eye catching to kids and teens all around the world. Books, and movies like these are the future for us. That might scare some people because people would not want to live that, they are not gonna like to be controlled in their life. Every year it seems like there is more books, and movies like these two, like Hunger Games it is a very popular series. Some more are Divergent, and the Maze Runner, these are examples of what the future might be like. Obviously, these books are very eye catching, they are different and alike in their own

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