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The Giver Society refers to people who interact in a defined territory and share culture In Lois Lowrys The Giver 1993 Jonas grows up only knowing the existence of his society The society in which The Giver takes place is known as sameness Everything is done the same and nobody knows different It is considered rude to ask a question that makes another citizen look different In the book Jonas has lighter eyes compared to everyone else It would be wrong to bring his eye shade up in conversation Everyone in their society is treated the same The way their society is set up is to make life far for each citizen No choices are ever made by an individual They are told what to wear what to eat even where to work Spouses are assigned to individuals by the Committee The couple must then apply for children Each family unit is assigned one boy and one girl They receive their child at the Ceremony of Ones The four individuals in a family unit share a home Every morning they take turns sharing their dreams In the evening they discuss their feelings for the day When citizens become Eleven or Twelve they begin to take the pill This enables them to have stirrings in their dreams Everything is done the same day after day Every year in December the community gathers in the Auditorium for the Ceremony Younger citizens are divided by age Children one to twelve have their own groups Each year at the ceremony the growth of one year is represented by receiving a certain item Ones receive a name family and a comfort object which they can sleep with till they are a Nine Eights receive a jacket with smaller buttons Nines receive a bike Once a child turns Twelve they are assigned a job In their society Children go to school When they turn eight they begin volunteer hours When
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