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By Grace Lewis
The Giver:The Necessity of Memories as a Link to the Past
"Jonas has not been Assigned," she informed the crowd... "Jonas has been selected to be our next Receiver of Memory."
"Simply stated," he said, "Although it's not really simple at all, my job is to transmit to you all the memories I have within me. Memories of the past."
He was in a confused, noisy, foul-smelling place. It was daylight, early morning, and the air was thick with smoke that hung, yellow and brown, above the ground.
He was in a room filled with people, and it was warm, with firelight glowing on a hearth. He could see through a window that outside it was night, and that it was snowing. There were colored lights: red and green and yellow, twinkling from a tree which was, oddly, inside the room.
But this was not a grasping of a thin and burdensome recollection; this was different. This was something that he could keep. It was a memory of his own.
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