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The Giver Quartet
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The Giver by Lois Lowry is told from a third-person point of view but focuses on Jonas, an eleven-year-old who lives with his parents and his seven-year-old sister Lily. It is clear from the context that this story takes place in a futuristic society. They have strict rules about having only two children for family and only giving criminals two chances to correct their behavior. Jonas's father is a Nurturer, which means he cares for the newborn children and his mother works in the Department of Justice. Jonas attends school with Asher, a friend of his. They don't seem to have animals in their society. When people are not behaving or thriving in their society, they are released.
It was one of those books that you know has profoundly affected you but you are still not quite sure how. And starting with her giving birth, I then had to account for fourteen years. See more. Jonas doesn't often think about his eye color because there aren't many mirrors around. His family seems ideal.
The Giver Quartet is a series of four books about a dystopian world by Lois Lowry. Each book has a different protagonist, but is set in the same futuristic era. The Giver is a American children's novel generally young adult or older set in a society that is at 1st presented as a utopian society but gradually appears more and more dystopian. The novel follows a boy, Jonas, through the 12th and 13th years of his life. The society has eliminated pain and strife by converting to "Sameness," a plan that has also eradicated emotional depth from their lives. Jonas is selected to inherit the position of Receiver of Memory, the person who stores all the past memories of the time before Sameness in case the memories that others lack are ever needed to aid decisions. Jonas learns the truth about his Utopian society and struggles with its weight.
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Birthmother is another assigned job in which women are allowed to give birth three times, and then they are sent out to do physical labor, where things might lurk which hadn't been discovered yet. D. His family seems ideal. The Presidency of FDR?