Give Me Differences or Give Me Death
By mb211976, Updated
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"'Water,' the voice said in a parched, croaking whisper" (Lowry 119).
"But it was necessary because it had the child seat attached to the back. And he had taken Gabriel, too" (Lowry 161).
"'Bye-bye, little guy,' Jonas heard his father say before he left the room" (Lowry 151).
Jonas begins to discover how the past was by receiving memories from The Giver. One of the most painful memories include warfare. (Medium Shot) (Lowry 119)
Jonas decides to take Gabriel with him on his journey to Elsewhere because he realizes how bad his society is.(Closeup) (Lowry 166)
Jonas finally discovers the true meaning of release, and realizes that his father has been lying about it all along, but Giver tells Jonas that they don't know what they are doing. (Medium Shot) (Lowry 151)
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