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In the Giver and Pleasantville the authors present a society that is trying to achieve Utopia Utopia is a perfect world where everyone is happy There are many similarities between Pleasantville and the Giver For example in the giver the receiver releases his memories to the world and people have to deal with their pasts In Pleasantville the outside kids release color and sexuality to the world The societies in each story have rules The characters in the stories have similarities and differences tooIn the story there is many similarities that the characters in the stories share In the giver and in Pleasantville both societies are black and white Both of the societies like in the giver the receiver releases his memories to the world and people have to deal with their pasts In Pleasantville the outside kids release color and sexuality to the world They are alike because they both are about their own version of perfect worlds In addition they both have rules and is not suppose to break those rulesIn addition in the stories there were also many differences that happened in either the characters life or the society For example in the giver only the giver changed the eyes of Jonas to see thing that not even the community knows And in Pleasantville it use to be in black and white but then changed its color in the eyes of everyone In the giver people are given a ceremony of the ceremony of twelve It is when children that are twelve are chosen a job to practiceThe characters in The Giver and Pleasantville are both alike in many ways One reason that they are alike is they both are in perfect worlds In the Giver the people of the community are brain washed So is in Pleasantville the citizens dont realize how different their world is to the real world Another reason is that the main characters both have
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