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The Giver, a Theme Analysis

Summary: Analyzes the idea of the perfect world as depicted in the novel, The Giver. Examines the controlled setting in the novel and describes the conflict between having freedom and solving problems in society.
Throughout human history, people have tried to make a perfect world, free of pain and suffering. But to make such a world you take away the true pains and pleasures of life. I believe that Lois Lowry, in her book entitled The Giver, is trying to express how important freedom of choice and individuality is to out society.

The controlled setting of The Giver, the book clarifies conflict between having freedom and solving problems in society. As the story begins, the reader becomes aware of the speaker blaring instructions and rules to the people. Some rules, such as appropriate use of language and being assigned a job, seem like a good idea at first. The reader also becomes aware that people, with no genetic relation, are divided into family units rather then families and that restrictions limiting the number and age are applied.

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