The Giver By Lois Lowry

analytical Essay
619 words
619 words

Report on Book Review: The Giver
Maryam Khalifa Al-Hitmi
Qatar University
English 151 – G. L55
Dr. John Herlihy

1- Write a summary in your own words highlighting the main features of the book.
This book is written by Lois Lowry, a prominent writer of modern time. The title, "The Giver" is a novel which is a science fiction and intended for the children. The book was first published in the year of 1993.
The story is about a young boy named Jonas who lives in an imaginary society for the future where each one has a task, a spouse and children. Though children are born to their mothers, the mothers are not expected to look after them. When Jonas is grown up, he is given an important task to carry out. He faces a challenge in the society for saving an innocent girl, Gabriel, who is intended to release by her parents. Jonas takes it seriously and wants to save her. He leaves his home, job, and family to save the child and faces the harsh reality. In Jonas’s community release indicates death which is implicit. In his society everything seems to be planned and well ...

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that "the giver" is a science fiction novel written by lois lowry.
  • Analyzes how the story is about a young boy named jonas, who lives in an imaginary society for the future where each one has an important task to carry out.
  • Analyzes how the society assigns jonas an uphill task of receiver of memory, which enriches his life and makes it more enjoyable and purposeful.
  • Analyzes how jonas is the main character of the book who has grabbed my entire attention for many reasons.
  • Explains that the giver is a thoughtful and well-presented story that you won't regret reading. it's one of the most thought-provoking novels for children ever written.
  • Praises 's writing style and the way she describes everything vividly that hasn't happened at all, may one day come into reality.
  • Recommends this book to anyone who likes a great book because it really causes you to think about the society and the way things should be, which is important in developing opinions.
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