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The setting is a supposedly perfect society where everyone is taken care of and no one is different.

The setting is a supposedly perfect society where everyone is taken care of and no one is different.

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It is not fair because the person performing this cruel act doesn’t know what he is doing because ‘death’ is an unknown happening in the community.

Also, if there are twin babies the lightest one out of them gets released.

Waiting to find out what his assignment is, and what it entails doing are rises in action.

The climax is when the plan to escape the society is being conceived and the actual escape itself.

The Giver also adopts Jonas and Rosemary as his own kids in a way.

He had a previous 'Receiver' named Rosemary who applied for and received release. The Receiver holds all the memories of the whole community so the community does not have to be bothered with feelings and the emotional baggage that comes with them.Jonas's trainer the 'Giver' is a old man who passes the memories on to Jonas and eventually thinks of the plan to escape.For the choosing of the jobs, the community has the Ceremony Of Twelve.This ceremony is when the Elders choose ‘Assignments’ for all the twelve year olds.The Elders don’t let the community have freedom of choice.They are not allowed to choose their job, spouse or even children.There were many characters in this book the main one being Jonas.Jonas is a child in this supposed 'Utopia' who ends up with the most important assignment of all the 'Receiver of Memory'.The purpose of this book was to show us a possible version of a 'Utopia'.It was a fantasy oriented book, that was suppose to make you think about the possibilities for the future.


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