What happened at the end of The Giver?
The Giver by Lois Lowry is a novel that takes place in the future. The setting is supposed to be a utopia, or perfect place. However, upon closer inspection, it is a dystopia where things are imperfect. The book focuses on the events of Jonas, the main character, as he is chosen to be the next Receiver of Memory.
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At the end of the novel, Jonas decides to escape with Gabriel, a newborn who has been set to be released (killed). He takes Gabriel and his father's...
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from American Literature: Help and ReviewChapter 9 / Lesson 24
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