Ash?. Does anything seem strange to you? About the apple?.
Receiving The Truth
Jonas has been assigned the job of receiver!
Jonas, I am now going to give you the memory of loss and pain.
This section of the novel 'The Giver', is extremely important as it is when the main character and protagonist Jonas, begins to see colour. It is significant as it is contrasts the difference between Jonas and his fellow peers. Jonas is only one of two in his perfect community that can see colour.
Playing With Lives
Don't play it anymore!
This board illustrates where Jonas gets assigned the job of Receiver, the most important assignment in which memories are passed down from the Giver. It conveys one of the most important events in the book and decided what Jonas was going to do in his life.
Goodbye young one!
This board illustrates when the giver makes Jonas receive the memory of war, which conveys emotion, pain and loss. This is a very important part of the book as Jonas now understands the there are dark secrets to his completely perfect world, he starts to base his journey around the lies that are spoken in the community.
This board conveys an important event in the book, when Jonas started to cry and plead for his friends to stop playing the violent game. It is an important event as it illustrates that Jonas is different from his peers, Jonas begins to understand that his community is not the perfect world everyone thinks it is and dark secrets are kept.
This is one of the most important events in the book as it is when Jonas sees the recording of his father 'Releasing' a newborn twin baby. A release is another name for the execution of a person in the community. The release is recorded by the camera in the top right corner, Jonas now fully understands that he has to leave his community before Gabriel is Released.
This board illustrates an important event in the book, when Jonas and Gabriel depart on a journey of change from their old community to their new unknown destination. Jonas decided to take up this journey when he found out some of the underlying secrets of his community. The event is important as it portrays that Jonas is willing to put himself through pain for the benefit of another.
Its ok Gabriel we are going to get through this together!