"Then, as the middle hours of the night approached, the noise of Gabe's relentlessness woke Jonas." Page 115 This scene was effective in both the book and the play because it shows that both Jonas and Gabriel are special.
"He was not aware of giving the memory; but suddenly he realized that it was becoming dimmer, that it was slidin through his hand into the being of the newchild. Gabriel became quiet." Page 116 This scene is from the book and it was more effective than the one in the play because the play made it seem that Gabe took the memory from Jonas opposed to Jonas giving Gabe the memory.
"He wondered, though, if he should confess to The Giver that he had given the memory away." Page 117 This scene is from the book, which also was more effective than the play because in the book Jonas is surprised that he can give memories and that Gabe can receive memories. But in the play Jonas never gave the memory, Gabe took it, therefore Jonas didn't think this in the play.