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A Review of the Book "The Giver"

Summary: A review of the famous book "The Giver" by Lois Lowry and the importance of experiencing and sharing our feelings with each other.
"Jonas found himself using the nasty, sarcastic voice again. "Then we'll have a share of feelings"" The Giver gave a rueful, anguished, empty laugh, "Jonas, you and I are the only one's who have feelings. We've been sharing them for almost a year."" The Giver is referring to the community they live in, and that they don't really have feelings. Our community does have feelings though; we need them, especially right now. Jonas's community tried to be perfect, but when Jonas is assigned the role of "receiver of Memories", he finally realizes that they did not succeed. The Giver teaches him things that no one else in the community is supposed to know. When he stops taking his "stirring" pills, which are used to get rid of feelings, he realizes that no one really cares for one another; and that they don't feel...

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