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This Is Going To Tell U Lots Of Things About A Book Called "The Giver" If U Have A Hard Time To Understand It This Is The Right Essay For You To Read

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Imagine a society without competition, hunger, jealousy and choices. Every member has been assign for a role in the community. The community keeps people thousand miles away from the memories of the true pain and pleasure of life. There's only a Receiver who hold the burden to protect them. "The Giver" is written by Lois Lowry places readers into a track to perceive a principle of life, which is people need to manipulate with conflicts instead of evading difficulties in order to be a fully human.Hope, goal and impulse extended because of the frustration and the capacity of facing the conflicts. A fully human must be hopeful, and have impulse to reach his goals, instead of a life evading of ...view middle of the document...

..We gains control of many things. But we had to let go of others."(Page #95) People in the community aspect sameness instead of difference. They choose to be away from pain, they choose evade! That's not the fully human. People in "The Giver" are like patients with weak resistance, virus get into their bodies easily and rapid. Once they blend into the real world, they wouldn't be able to handle it. Throughout human history, people have tried to make a perfect world, free of pain and suffering. Nevertheless, to make such a world you take away the true pains and pleasures of life. I believed that Lois Lowry, in her book "The Giver" is trying to express how important solving problems by ourselves are in order for us to be a real human being. As we read the book, we also learned about the people that lived in Jonas' community. There's no evidence of disease, hunger, poverty, war, or pain. People don't have freedom and the society solve every problem for them. People who lived in the community just act the same way as a robot did, they just follow the rules of their community without knowing anything. They do things for community instead of themselves. Sometimes they don't even know what they are doing. For example, when Jonas' father releases the baby, he does not know he is killing the baby, and he only know release is the rule of the community. If a person does not know what he/she is doing, or what is right and wrong how can that person be a real human? If he/she is a real human, so what kind of human is that? What will be the difference between human and...

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