"The Giver": Is it better for all people to be alike or for people to be different?
What's better? Being eminent, or being undistinguished? In the world today people make their own decisions, clean their own houses, drive their own cars, and live their own lives. Or they think they do. In Lois Lowry's novel "The Giver", a young boy named Jonas lives in a uniformed community; he thought he lived a normal life until someone showed him the truth. Where Jonas lives, everyone is the same, life is safe, orderly, and predictable. Rules are strictly adhered to; every aspect of a person's life is carefully planned. People rarely make choices on their own; everything is decided for…
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