The Giver: chapters 1 to 20
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"Needless to say, he will be released." (2) The choice to keep the pilot getting released the same was effective because it shows the community is strict and creates mystery about what released.
"Dirt streaked the boy's face and his matted blond hair. He lay sprawled, his grey uniform glistening with wet, fresh blood." (119) The choice to change the scene in which Jonas see what warfare is like was ineffective choice because it doesn't create suspense and makes the later scene in which Jonas ruined Asher game not that effective.
"First, he had left the dwelling at night." (165) The choice to change the scene when Jonas escapes the community to Jonas escaping the community but the Giver is talking to him while he escaping was ineffective because it made the scene not very suspenseful and makes the scene not very effective.
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