Overall I agree with Anna. Families in our society also trust each other, or at least they should. Real families might bond a lot, but other families may not. Not only do we have to wait until we are sixteen to drive as Nick said, there are many other limits. I also agree with her statement about Jonas sharing his dream with his family. Also, when Jonas told his mother about his dream, she really seemed liked she cared.
Having sameness would be good because then there wouldn't be prejudice, or racism. The society has eliminated pain and strive by converting to sameness. Years after Lowry interviewed and photographed an artist named Carl Nelson whose photograph is on the cover of the Laurel-Leaf edition of The Giver , she learned that Nelson had become blind. Some other similarities between us are birthdays, court, husband and wife, etc. I think that they have the same kind of love in a family like we do. I disagree with this because after being together so long, their love becomes real, just like the love in our society.
The communities of this society all have an Elder that governs them. I don't have a last name. Without choice, no one suffers the consequences that come from making wrong choices, but they also don't experience the joys that come with making right ones. The Giver tells Jonas about the girl who had been designated the new Receiver ten years before. Another event that helped shape The Giver was when a woman, referring to Lowry's book Number the Stars, asked Lowry why incidents relating to the Holocaust have to be told over and over again.
If each citizen had their own personal experiences and feelings and choices, the community would become stronger by experience, and could be better able to control new experiences and problems that will arise in the community. The society thus becomes dystopian rather than utopian. The Community lacks any color, memory, climate, or , all in an effort to preserve structure, order, and a true sense of equality beyond personal individuality. In our society everyone is different. People seem happy, depending on who you were, but in reality their existence is quite child-like and immature. Membership includes a 10% discount on all editing orders.
And how we shape our future. With rules to force people into appreciating others, I don't think that they experience a real realationship. Similarities The government controls most of what happens, nut the people just dont realize it yet. They also have the right to get the job of their choice. Then the ladies get to wear their hair however they would like it. The children and all other humans have certain age groups and limits. If I were to create my own Utopian society I would not include diversity, or wealth and finances.
But with this pain would be knowledge. They hang out together and have fun. In The Giver they do have rules which are like laws that we have. Also they should not have to take the pills. The nickname that Lily was given by her parents Lilybilly did show affection. Lowry also remembered a time when she and other girls whom she was living with during college completely ignored another girl because the girl was different.
Either way, I'm sure their world is similiar to ours; their community most likely developed differently and obtained customs that our society would find strange. The society described in Lois Lowry's The Giver appears to be a utopia at first. In Lois Lowry's book Lily and Jonas? If someone is forced to apologize, then that may not be the true apology of them. Hanging over Jonas's training is the fact that the Giver once before had an apprentice, named Rosemary, but the boy finds his parents and the Giver reluctant to discuss what happened to her. I disagree with her when she says that the feelings of love among families are artificial.
Ultimately, everything a dystopian society does to make the world more perfect actually makes the human condition worse. There are many other similarities, but those are just a few. I also agree with Rachel when she was talking about how much his parents cared for him, like when he shared his dream with them and even when they had that talk with him about the Ceremony of Twelves. Color is not even allowed everyone wears drab clothing like they were in prison. In the giver, after 3 times you get in trouble you are released from the community.
Actor reads the text for the edition. It was released in North America on August 15, 2014. Those are some of the similarities between our society and the society in The Giver. With his pale eyes and ability to see in color, he stands out in his community. The only way to make this happen is for Jonas to leave the Community, at which time the memories he has been given will flood back into the people, as did the relatively few memories Rosemary had been given.