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The Giver, a Review and Theme Analysis

Summary: Discusses the book, The Giver, by Lois Lowry. Explores major themes of the text. Provides a brief plot summary.
Everyday we are faced with choices. What to wear, what to eat, and what exactly to do that day. A lot of people take for granted the right of choice. What would happen if we did not have choices, what if everything we did in life was chosen for us. In the book The Giver the author, Lois Lowry made things that way. She made me realize that we are lucky to have the right to chose.

In this book, life is safe, orderly, and predictable. Rules are strictly adhered to; every bit of a person's life is carefully planned. People rarely make choices of their own; everything is decided for them by the community. People can not choose to go outside and get a tan because they have no sunshine. There are no colors or music so people can not chose their...

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