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Additional Resources for The Giver by Lois Lowry

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For Further Study

Michael Betzold, Appointment with Doctor Death, Momentum Books, 1993.

A Journalist gathers together the evidence and background relating to cases involving Dr. Kevorkian.

Joel D. Chaston, "The Giver," in Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults, Volume 6, edited by Kirk H. Beetz, Beacham Publishing, Inc, 1994, pp 3255-63

Tins excerpt from a reference book surveys Lowry's life and work, suggests ideas for reports, papers, and discussions related to The Giver, and summarizes the novel's plot, setting, themes, characters, and literary qualities.

Joel D Chaston, Lois Lowry, Twayne's United States Author Series, edited by Ruth K MacDonald, Prentice Hall, Intl., 1997.

Chaston tracks Lowry's development as a writer, beginning With her childhood and her sense of story and values, and progressing through her literary career and reputation

Ilene Cooper, "Giving and Receiving," in Booklist, Vol. 89, April 15, 1993, P 1506.

An early review that finds the conflict between sameness and freedom in the novel...

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