The Giver Essay | The Giver: an Analysis of Jonas

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The Giver: an Analysis of Jonas

Summary: Explores themes from the novel The Giver, by Lois Lowry. Analyzes the character of Jonas. Explains all the changes Jonas undergoes, demonstrating that he is a dynamic character.
People go through dramatic changes in order to find the truth about themselves. In the novel, The Giver by Lois Lowry, Jonas undergoes dramatic changes with his new experiences and bonding with the wise Giver. He also has a different perspective towards his former way of life; therefore because of his changes, Jonas is a dynamic character.

Jonas changes dramatically when he receives his 1st assignment. He is selected to be the Receiver, which makes Jonas feel awkward with his friends and family because there is only one Receiver and Jonas, however is chosen to carry the honor of keeping the memories for the community, which makes him different from the rest of the society. The narrator states, "For a moment he froze, consumed with despair.' He didn't have it..."(63). Jonas changes because he feels different and lonely now that he becomes a...

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