Essay on Loss of Freedom in The Giver

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Loss of Freedom in The Giver   

The Giver, a book written by Lois Lowry, questioned my ideas, thoughts and beliefs.  The novel describes an ideal society, in which everything is supposed to be perfect, with all life’s problems solved.  It is all about being happy with what the people have and not questioning their life styles because they did not know the difference between good and bad.  The people are denied of their preferable way of life without their knowledge of how the real world is supposed to be.  In the real world, I live each and everyday to learn and gain freedom as much as I can.  However, the citizens of this society are not able to control their life; for example their
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