The 2nd part of the Giver
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The people are restricted from independent thought and action:
"Well..." Jonas had to stop to think it through. "If everything's the same, then there aren't any choices! I want to wake up in the morning and decide things! A blue tunic, or a red one?"
"Attention. This is a reminder to male elevens that objects are not to be removed from the recreation area and that snacks are to be eaten, not hoarded."
The government in control is often oppressive:
" Occasionally, when supplies were delivered by cargo planes to the landing field across the river, the children rode their bikes to the riverbank and watched."
The setting is often futuristic or in a fictional universe:
Contains elements of conformity, or extreme equality:
"Two children-one male, one female- to each family unit. It was written very clearly in the rules."
The government portrays their society as a utopia:
"No, I don't think so. Of course the Elders are so careful in their observations and selections."
The protagonist wishes to restore the people to conventional life.
"And having you here with me over the past year has made me realize that things must change. For years I've felt that they should, but it seemed so hopeless."
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