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    The Giver

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    THE GIVER Safety and sameness are important, but not as important as creativity and freedom of actions. In Lois Lowry's book The Giver, Jonas, a boy who is chosen to be The Receiver, is wondering the same thing. When Jonas is chosen to be The Receiver he is stunned and scared of the knowledge he will obtain. While Jonas is collecting knowledge from The Giver, we in our own society are pondering over our own freedoms. In The Giver there is no freedom of choice, there is no fun, you have your assigned

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    The Giver

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    The Giver is a book written by Lois Lowry. This book is very intriguing. The end of the book leaves us wondering where the main character, Jonas, is headed. Lois Lowry is a great author. She was able to make the book come alive. Even though it was confusing at some parts, all the mysteries worked out in the end. Except for if Jonah was alive. The ending of this book is a cliffhanger. It leaves us wondering, where is Jonas and if he is still alive. There is enough evidence, though, at the end of the

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    The Giver

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    The Giver Essay Have you ever felt like starting all over again? Many people would like to have the opportunity to make a new beginning. In the book, The Giver, by Lois Lowry, Jonas is making a new beginning by making an end. Jonas is making an end by leaving the community. He leaves with Gabriel because he wants to experience true things outside the community. He was very hurt in the community because he could not share his feelings. He wanted to be able to share and experience his feelings with

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    the giver

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    Knowledge 1. The Giver is a post- apocalyptic and dystopian book. The setting takes place in an isolated utopian community. The date is not specified in The Giver however it takes place in the future. Comprehension 1. If there had been one more chapter in the book, I think it will go as follows. It is an average day for the community, the children are at school or volunteering and the parents are at their jobs. Suddenly a cool sensation approaches them. A sensation that was never felt before

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    giver

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    “Civil Disobedience: refusal to obey governmental demands or commands especially as a nonviolent and usually collective means of forcing concessions from the government” - Merriam-Webster's Dictionary Definition In the novel, The Giver by Lois Lowry, Jonas lives in a society with no homelessness, no racism, and no war but at what cost? No one in this Community has feelings because of the pills the leaders of this society make them take. But no one minds because they don’t know they have options

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    The Giver

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    The Giver The Giver is about a boy named Jonas who lives in the future in an almost perfect community. Jonas is chosen to be the person who carries all the memories of the past, given to him by the giver. It is by Lois Lowry. There are many good and bad things in the Giver. Some good things are that hardly anyone gets hurt. When people do get hurt they take a pill and the pain goes right away. No one ever breaks bones or anything. There are no criminals, and there are no locks on any homes or

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    The Giver

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    Jonas’s community. In the book The Giver Jonas and his community is living with no personal rights. I believe that the inhabitants of Jonas’s community and Jonas should be given personal rights. The community should be given personal rights because they can learn from their mistakes, to have memory and to have emotions. Those are the reasons why I believe that the community should be given personal rights. The first reason why the community in the book The Giver should be given personal rights is

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    The Giver

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    He was a peaceful looking man, with a large round belly and rosy red cheeks. Jonas couldn’t help but smile as he stared at the gentle looking figure. The man looked down at the freezing pair. He noticed Jonas’ trembling blue lips and the tiny shaking bundle of blanket that was Gabriel. The man immediately invited Jonas into his home and screamed for his wife to grab blankets and hot chocolate. Jonas sat shyly bundled in blankets as all of the strangers around him whispered to each other about him

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    The Giver

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    The Giver onas lives in a "perfect" world where war, disease, and suffering have all been eradicated. Everything is in order; everything is under control. The people have no worries or cares. The Community strives for "sameness," in which everyone and everything are the same and equal. To help the Community function as a cohesive unit, each member is assigned a position in society. When Jonas turns twelve, the Community selects him to be the new "Receiver of Memories." Only the "Giver" knows

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    The Giver

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    Summary The Giver This book is about a boy names Jonas. Jonas lives in a futuristic society where there is no pain, fear, war, and hatred. There is also no prejudice, since everyone looks and acts basically the same, there is very little competition. They have also eliminated choice. You have to apply for a spouse. You cannot just chose who you want and marry them, the community does it for you. His dad works as a Nurturer of new children, and his mom works at the Department of Justice. He also

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