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    Jonas In The Giver

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    different. In the novel The Giver the protagonist‚ Jonas is different from everyone else. Jonas sees things no one else can. He’s sees color and memories from the past. Anyone could compare their lives to Jonas‚ but not all. In conclusion‚ everyone can see color it’s normal for us but not for him. Jonas’ first color he sees is red‚ compared us on earth we understand all colors. In the novel Jonas and Asher were tossing an apple back and forth and Jonas noticed the apple was changing‚ “Does anything

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    main society are unable to do this. TheOur main character ‚Jonas‚ has lived in this society for his whole life. He enjoys life there and hangs out with his friend Asher. Once children reach the age of twelve‚ they are given a profession that they have for the rest of their lives. Jonas doesn’t have a specific job he really desires‚ but is worried due to his well rounded abilities he may get an occupation he doesn’t like. At the ceremony Jonas is selected to be the next Receiver of Memory in the community

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    Jonas Society

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    Subject by Subject Contrast Paragraph on how families are created On Jonas’s Society In the Giver‚ Jonas’s society is created in a different way than our society is created. For example‚ There they first have to sign up for and then it have to be approved by the committee. Father told “The committee always makes the list in advance and its right there in the office at the Nurturing Center” (12). In Jonas’s society‚ there is a rule that anybody cannot have more than two babies’ one boy and a

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    Jonas And The Giver Essay

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    memories of the past can overwhelm you. Jonas and The Giver feel this way. In Jonas and the Giver’s society‚ one person must be responsible for carrying the burden that is all of the memories‚ not including their own. The leaders of their society have given a burden to that person‚ made them lonely‚ and denied the rest of the citizens the gifts of true emotions and true happiness. These decisions made by the leaders should have changed a long time ago. In The Giver‚ Jonas and The Giver had been selected

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    Jonas the New Receiver Can you imagine a world where everything is under control‚ there is no war‚ pain‚ or fear but nobody has a right to choose yet it is perfect? Well‚ Lois Lowry did. She created a world where everyone were supposed to be happy in her futuristic novel‚ the Giver. Jonas‚ the protagonist of the story‚ was selected to be the new Receiver of Memory. It turns out Jonas was singled out with all the differences he had since he started to feel unlike his friends. Not many people were

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    He was a peaceful looking man‚ with a large round belly and rosy red cheeks. Jonas couldn’t help but smile as he stared at the gentle looking figure. The man looked down at the freezing pair. He noticed Jonas’ trembling blue lips and the tiny shaking bundle of blanket that was Gabriel. The man immediately invited Jonas into his home and screamed for his wife to grab blankets and hot chocolate. Jonas sat shyly bundled in blankets as all of the strangers around him whispered to each other about

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    Dr. Jonas Salk Polio Vaccine Dr. Jonas Salk Polio Vaccine Polio in the 1950’s has American parents in fear and anxiety due to thousands of children were become infected with a crippling disease Poliomyelitis (polio). Polio is a disease caused by infections of the poliovirus‚ which can affect nerves and can leads to a partial or full paralysis. It is an inflammation of the spinal cord’s gray matter and can sometimes extend into the brainstem. Now thanks to Dr. Salk most children in the U.S

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    has been a year since Jonas left his community with Gabriel in search of "elsewhere." Jonas reached this place of "elsewhere" only one week after leaving his community. Luckily‚ nothing had happened to Gabriel. But Jonas wasn’t as fortunate. His entire right arm had gotten frostbite‚ and he needed it to be amputated. Fortunately‚ with the technology this city of "elsewhere" had‚ this was possible. They were even able to make a moving mechanical hand that responded to Jonas’ nerve signals‚ which was

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    Family Background Jonas Salk’s parents names were‚ Daniel and Dora Salk. Daniel was Jonas’s father and Dora was Jonas’s mother. Dora was born in 1890‚ it didn’t say a date on any of the sites I went on. Daniel was born in 1890 too‚ it also didn’t say anything about a date on the sites I went on. Dora died in 1964 at the age of‚ 74. Daniel died in 1958 at the age of‚ 68. Dora Salk didn’t do anything for a living. Daniel Salk was a clothing

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    Scene 1: Jonas lives in a dystopia Jonas is the main character in The Giver by Lois Lowry. In Jonas’s community it’s natural to be doing everything the loudspeaker says‚ it is the way to surrvive. Only Jonas and the Giver can see in color. Everyone in Jonas’s community thinks it is natrual that the leaders can listen to every conversation. All adults have to apply for a spouse and children. Which means you get assigned to a family unit. Not very many people are even aware there is much life

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