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The Giver By: Lois Lowry
The Giver Summary Lois Lowry's The Giver tells the story of Jonas, who lives in a futuristic society and who, until the age of twelve, has led a peaceful and normal, albeit regulated, life. Jonas has two parents, a mother who is happily employed at the Department of Justice, and a father who is happily employed as a Nurturer. He occasionally quarrels with his younger sister Lily, and he enjoys riding his bicycle, visiting with his friends Asher and Fiona, and musing about his future. In Jonas's world, everything (from an individual's desire, to the weather, to a person's career) is regulated. The community's rulers see to it, for example, that every member of this nameless, timeless community occupies a productive role in the society. The plot of The Giver develops out of Jonas's changing perceptions towards his community after he is selected to be the Receiver of Memory and discovers that nothing about his idyllic community is what it seems...
The Giver (chapters 3-6) Chapters 3 through 6 are mostly when Jonas is starting to worry about what his assignment will be. When the day for the assignments comes he starts to get very nervous.Yet he really is happy when his sister, Lily is given the ability to get a volunteer job.
Vocabulary There is a lot of rich vocabulary in this book. Here is a short list: brisk, luxury, bypass, serene, nuisance. These are just a few out of many of them.
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