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In The Giver by Lois Lowry the citizens live in a world of aimlessness where there is no emotions no love not even color can you imagine There are many characteristics about this futuristic world the citizens of sameness per se are living with that differentiate them from a normal world First of all they live in a world where there is no suffering hunger war color music love and even emotions They also live in a controlled world The Elders are the people who control who they will marry who their children will be and even what job they will have The main character Jonas is almost twelve which means he is going to receive his job assignment He is chosen to be the Receiver of Memory which is a very big deal The new Receiver of Memory Jonas gathers memories from when there was color love emotions and sunshine rain and so much more Jonas encounters many experiences some which make him terribly distraught but also ones like Christmas that makes him feel extremely enlightened but gloomy at the same time because people no longer experience all of these wondrous celebrations in life He feels obligated to make people have feelings as well as necessary life experiences especially celebrations Jonas plan of action in doing this is to transfer the memories to people but he gets in trouble for doing so People who break the rules are killed which they prefer to call the release Jonas however has a ingenious plan of action to avoid being released The Giver who is passing off his position as the Receiver to Jonas has a plan to fake Jonas death and run away to Elsewhere aka the land outside their own realm This world has color music and everything a normal world should have Once Jonas leaves the memories The Giver passed down to him will be freed to the community The people will have
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