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The Giver, A Summary and Discussion

Summary: Discusses the Lois Lowry novel, The Giver. Provides a plot summary. Considers the novel's themes of sameness and conformity.
Imagine a world without pain, warfare, poverty, hunger, or terror. In Lois Lowry's The Giver this is how the world is. Everything in this world is perfect and proper. The society leaders assign the rules to the people. Jonas, the main character in the book is a regular 11 year old boy that is about to turn 12. Turning 12 years of age is special in this book because at this age you are considered an adult. The government assigns everyone a job, but Jonas is assigned a job called the Receiver of Memory. It is a special job that is saved for specific and unique person. Jonas does not know what the job requires. He is headed for a long journey about what life used to be like before the idea of "sameness"came about. It is not until this journey that he finds out who...

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