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The Giver - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

The landscape was changing and the road becomes more difficult to ride on. Jonas's bike caught on something and he fell. His first instinct was to reach for Gabriel, but fortunately, Gabriel was strapped to the seat and didn't get hurt. Jonas traveled in the daytime now with no fear of planes. He'd hurt his ankle falling, and stopped at every stream to soak it.

On their way to a new life Jonas and Gabriel saw much wildlife. He and Gabe were starving slowly, Jonas tried to give Gabe as many memories of food as he could but as soon as the memory faded, they were both hungry again. Jonas no longer cared for himself. He just wanted to get Gabriel to a safe haven so he could live out his life.

Chapter 22 Analysis

Jonas is discovering a world that he had only glimpsed through old memories...

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