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The Giver Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 Summary

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Chapter 12 Summary

The next morning Jonas's mother asked him if he had any dreams while he slept. Thinking of the dream he'd had of snow, he told her he'd slept soundly. His Father made a comment about Gabriel not sleeping through the night. Mother agreed he'd woken them up in the middle of the night crying. School was a little different that day. Classes were the same but breaks and lunch were filled with twelves buzzing about their first day of training. After school he again rode with Fiona to the house of old. As Fiona went into the house of old Jonas was startled. A change had happened again, this time with Fiona's hair. It had been just a glimpse, but he was sure he'd seen something. He decided to ask the Giver about it

The Giver smiled as Jonas entered his room. When Giver commented that Jonas...

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