Jonas, what are you doing!?
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Not Quite Frightened
Don't become attached
Capacity to see beond
"It was almost December and Jonas was beginning to be frightened. No. Wrong word, Jonas thought. Frightened meant that deep, sickening feeling of something terrible about to happen." (page 11)
"He would continue to be nurtured at the Centre and would spend his nights with Jonas's family unit. Each family member, including Lily, had been required to sign a pledge that they would not become attached to this little temporary guest." (page 61)
"Finally, the Receiver must have one more quality, and it is one which I can only name, but not describe. I do not understand it. You members of the community will not understand it, either. Perhaps Jonas will because the current Receiver has told us Jonas already has this quality. He calls it the Capacity to See Beyond" (page 85)
""Water," the voice said in a parched, croaking whisper. He turned his head towards the voice and looked into the half-closed eyes of a boy who seemed much older than himself. Dirt streaked the boy's face and his matted blond hair. He lay sprawled, his grey uniform glistening with wet fresh blood" (page 152)
""Love," the giver told him. Jonas repeated it. "Love." It was a word and concept new to him. They were both silents for a minute." (page 160)
"Gabriel, wrapped in bis blanket, was hunched, shivering, and silent in his little seat. Jonas stopped the bike wearily, lifted the child down, and realised with heartbreak how weak Gabe had become" (Page 218-219)
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