The Giver - Study Guide Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Jonas was hunched on his father's bicycle with Gabriel on the back in a child seat. He found out that Gabriel was up for release in the morning. He left the community with stolen food and his father's bike. That was three major transgressions against him, enough for them to release him. Before he left, Jonas transmitted the most soothing memory he had, one of sitting on a hammock, swaying gently in the breeze. They stopped after a while and had breakfast. Jonas took Gabe back into some trees to sleep during the day so the planes wouldn't find them. He transferred a memory of deep contented exhaustion and Gabriel fell right to sleep. Every day they slept, every night they traveled. Jonas always kept a sharp eye out for planes as they searched for them; diving into the bushes whenever he heard one. Then there came...

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