The Giver By Lois Lowry

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Title: The Giver Author: Lois Lowry Illustrator: No illustrator Genre: The genre of the book is scientific fiction. It is scientific fiction because Lois Lowry made a setting where everything is unusual than the things we do now. There are birthmothers, rarely Receivers of Memory ( which Jonas turns out to be ), and other special jobs in the community center. Point of View: The point of view in the story is third person because if there was a first person, the narrator ( which is a person that is involved in the story ) should be saying personal pronouns which are not in the book. Protagonists: The Giver and Jonas are the main characters. They are the main characters because The Giver and Jonas were either previous chosen receiver or an already chosen receiver ( which is Jonas ). Jonas learns information of being a receiver, while the previous receiver ( The Giver ) teaches him how to be a good receiver ( while nobody in the community should know nothing or anything about they both do in the annex room ). Antagonists: The Giver and Gabriel ( the new child boy ) are the antagonists. The Giver is an antagonist because he’s the one that gives Jonas his pain/memories because of what he saw in his mind. Gabriel is an antagonist that gives Jonas reacts to his actions like in the night when Jonas needs to be disturbed and pat his back. Setting: The setting in the story is idyllic. Idyllic is where Jonas was born, raised, and lives. The setting is also at Jonas’s house and at his

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