The Giver Perfect Society

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The Giver By Lois Lowry Doesn’t Everyone wish that they could live in a perfect world? Well that is the kind of world that Jonas has to live in everyday, and it might not be as easy as it seems. Learn how Jonas survives in this so called “perfect” society in The Giver by Lois Lowry. In my personally opinion, I would rate this book a 9, this is because it has a lot of detail and it keeps you interested in what I happening to the characters the whole time. Thus making you want to continue to read and learn more. Jonas is just a normal kid, living life as any twelve year old kid would, although during what should have been the happiest time of his life, soon turns into the scariest day of his life. Jonas is chosen to be the new receiver in his “perfect” society. For his job he is given a set of …show more content…

This has its advantages and disadvantages. One advantage for instance is that you get to know how the training is like and how it affects Jonas. Although its disadvantage is that you don't get to know what it is like in other places in the community. Because of this disadvantage, if I had to change the point of view, then I would change it to third person omniscient. I would prefer this because I could get a feel of what other things were happening in the community and how Jonas’s training affected the community as a whole. Even though I would have wanted to know the point of view from the other people in the community, I believe that Lowry choose the point of view third person limited because he wanted to give you a little mystery. The mystery is that you don't know what the givers training was like, you don't know what really happened to rosemary, the girl that failed, and you don't know how the lose of Rosemary really affected the community. Even though there are some things that I would like to change, Lowry did make a fabulous book that can teach you some valuable

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