The Giver by Lois Lowry. A sociological view of the book The Giver.
Society refers to people who interact in a defined territory and share culture. In Lois Lowry's The Giver "1993," Jonas grows up only knowing the existence of his society. The society in which The Giver takes place is known as sameness. Everything is done the same, and nobody knows different. It is considered rude to ask a question that makes another citizen look different. In the book Jonas has lighter eyes compared to everyone else. It would be wrong to bring his eye shade up in conversation. Everyone in their society is treated the same.
The way their society is set up…
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