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    In The Giver, Jonas– a boy who lives in a community where everything is the same– makes very few choices, and because there are no choices, there is no pain, fear, war, or hatred. (cc) People do what they are told to do, so they look like they live in a predictable way doing things without questioning why they should be done. (cp) Their society is so bland, that they cannot even see colors! (cp) Jonas embarks on a journey to leave the community and end this type of “Blandness life”…

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    The Giver by Lois Lowry two passages really moved me. “Jonas felt a ripping sensation inside himself, the feeling of terrible pain clawing its way forward to emerge in a cry” (pg.151.) This passage really touched me because it was the moment Jonas really realized his community was messed up. He realized his father had been lying to him for his whole life. He realized that release was plainly killing people and everyone was fine with it. Jonas then realized that something had to be done. Another…

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    The Giver By Lois Lowry

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    takes place sometime in the future in an utopian community. In the Utopian community, everything has to be perfect. At the age of 12, every child is force to get a job of the counsels choice. The main characters in the story is Jonas, The Giver, and Gabriel. When Jonas turned 12, he got the job of being the next receiver. The receiver…

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    In the book, The Giver Jonas is selected to be the receiver of memories. The Giver transmits his memories before the “sameness” to Jonas. In The Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen is selected to participate in The Hunger Games, she and Gale, the other participant from her district have to fight twenty-two other tributes to win. Both stories have many differences, along with many similarities, some of which including the location of the towns, and even the main conflict. Both stories have many…

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    and no weather. The Giver is about a 12-year old named Jonas who becomes the receiver of memories and then he escapes with a baby, Gabriel to go to another community. The line between public safety and personal freedoms should be drawn on the side of personal freedoms. In The Giver’s community, there is no color, babies are assigned to families and there is no love. The community takes a pill to not see color. In the book the giver, Jonas sees the apple change colors, saw Fiona's hair change…

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    Memory In The Giver

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    the story “ The Giver” Jonas and Gabriel are walking and trying to get to the other side because their bike has rusted. The book says “ My memories faded,leaving him colder than before.” I think that the severe winds and the snow were so frigid that the two bodies of Jonas and Gabe froze to death. Then at the end Jonas and Gabe had a hallucination of them trying to get to the other side,but they were still laying almost dead on the dirt that was covered it snow. “Jonas felt himself losing…

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    process of how memories are transmitted between The Giver and The Receiver of Memory, Jonas, proves this polarity greatly. Some of which is evidently portrayed in the novel through a combination of genetic, spiritual, technological, and magical processes. For example, Jonas’s genetical composition plays a significant role in the transfer of memories since this can be comprehended as The Chief Elder states that Jonas has, “...the Capacity to See Beyond ” (Lowry 63). This proves that he was born…

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    Jonas In The Giver

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    In The Giver, the main character Jonas changes. Over the course of the story, Jonas changes his personality, along with his whole outlook. At the beginning of the book Jonas was just like any other kid his age. He is completely unaware of the gruesome inhumane things that are happening in his community, “I’m feeling apprehensive,”...”I know there’s really nothing to worry about”(Lowry, 1993, p.12) This shows how Jonas knows that he is a normal person and he should have no reason to think…

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    In The Giver, a boy named Jonas lived in a community where everything was planned out for you. At 12 years old, the kids get their jobs that they train for and have to do. What if you wanted to make a change? I do not support the community because you can not be different, there are few rights or freedoms, and people are released. Every body is alike in so many different ways. You probably could not even tell one person from another. Same intelligence, and same family unit. One mother, one…

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    As Jonas was going down the hill.He recalled the memory of Christmas.He heard sing coming from the tunnel ahead.He saw lights coming from the end of the tunnel.tunnel. Gabe started to cry Jonas looked at Gabe in saw the palest of his eyes freezing with coldest . Jonas want in the tunnel As Jonas was going down the hill.He recalled the memory of Christmas.He heard sing coming from the tunnel ahead.He saw lights coming from the end of the tunnel.tunnel. Gabe started to cry Jonas looked at…

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