The Giver

The Giver
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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • The Importance of Memory. One of the most important themes in The Giver is the significance of memory to human life. Lowry was inspired to write The Giver after a visit to her aging father, who had lost most of his long-term memory
  • Climax
  • Jonas's new emotional and sensory awareness cause him to rebel against the restrictions his society places on freedom of choice, individuality, emotion, and human experience
  • Falling Action
  •  When Jonas becomes the new Receiver, he receives memories that change the way he thinks about himself and his community forever
  • Resolution
  • When Jonas realizes that when his father “releases” newchildren he actually kills them, Jonas reaches a point of no return.
  • The falling action is when Gabe and Jonas escape from the community to find elsewhere
  • onas and Gabe experience starvation, cold, and fear. However, they have each other, and a bond of love. The story concludes with the two sledding down the hill that Jonas was given a memory of, together.
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