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A Utopian Society

Summary: Describes how there are no choices made in the society in "The Giver" by Louis Lowry.

Maybe we could keep him," Lilly suggested sweetly, trying to look innocent. "Lilly," Mother reminded her, " you know the rules." "Two Children- one male one female- it was written very clearly in the rules."

The society presented in this novel seems ideal. Everyone has a job for which he or she is suited emotionally, physically and mentally. The elderly are lovingly cared for as are the newest members of this place. Every family has a mother, father, and two children, one of each sex. There is much laughter and obvious joy. There is no rudeness, no crime and no disease. Every where you turn there's happiness, no talk of anything requiring anyone to be mournful. It was a perfect world for everyone. A Utopian society. Where everything is under control and every story ends happily. But suddenly this world wasn't such a jolly place. Well at least...

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