Asked in Uncategorized
How does Jonas help Gabriel help fall asleep the giver?
We need you to answer this question!
If you know the answer to this question, please register to join our limited beta program and start the conversation right now!
Asked in Jonas Brothers, The Giver Book Series
What makes Jonas' escape plan fall apart in the giver?
Asked in Health, Guinea Pigs, The Difference Between
What is the difference between fall asleep and fell asleep?
What is the conflict and resolution in The Giver?
In the Giver, there really isn't a conflict or problem in the book, but when Jonas is chosen as the receiver of memory, it becomes a conflict for him as to how he will cope with the dark secrets and lies through memories that he is given. When Gabriel, one baby that Jonas' father cares for at the nurturing centre begins to disrupt other babies in the centre by constantly being a cry baby, he becomes a nuisance and is applied for release. Jonas, suffering from the memories and having a choice between staying here and letting Gabriel die, or to leave the community with Gabriel, and have the memories left behind him with the community to deal with war, poverty, hunger and pain. Not only that, but Jonas is able to give memories to Gabriel, meaning that Gabriel is special and can see things differently as well. There aren't many around in the community that can see things differently other than Jonas, The Giver, Gabriel and another six year old, but she is too young to bear the burden of becoming the Receiver instead of Jonas. So Jonas has no choice. He must leave the community along with Gabriel, and have the community receive the memories he will leave behind. It will then have to construct itself again in its own way with the burden of the memories. The Giver will assist the town in doing that. As Jonas leaves the community, he and Gabriel begin to get hungry. With the food left behind because it is too hard to carry, and the remaining food brought along consumed by both of them, Jonas begins to worry whether he and Gabriel will survive. The book concludes with Jonas' memories weakening as they fall behind him into the community, but as he gets to the first hill instead of all "Flat" sameness land, with snow from the first memory that the Giver gives him, Jonas and Gabriel end the book by sliding down the snowy hill in a sledge towards a village. Both of them hear people singing below, and Jonas knows that it is music by the description of it that the Giver gave him. Jonas did not receive the memory of music, instead he let The Giver keep it with him in the community that he left behind. This book has two other sequels, Messenger and Gathering Blue, but I wouldn't really call them sequels, and neither did the author call them that. They are based in the same time period, nine years later, but both of them are only linked by the theme of "Sameness" and no hunger, pain, war, etc. They are also set in other communities with the sheltering to the truth, but have different characters, and all. There is no Jonas or Gabriel, and they don't have Givers and Receivers. But they are recommended if you would like more "Sameness" and some tensity. But they don't follow up on the characters and things that happen in the Giver. They are only related by the themes of sameness and sheltering from the truth, and the kept secrets of pain, war and hunger.
Asked in The Giver Book Series
What is lily's comfort object in The Giver?
Asked in Movies
What is the duration of When the Gods Fall Asleep?
Asked in Computers
Why do you fall asleep when you are on the computer?
Asked in Synonyms and Antonyms, Sleep Disorders
What is it called if you are able to fall asleep anywhere?
Asked in Sleep Disorders
Can a narcoleptic fall asleep while talking to someone?
Asked in Inuyasha
What episode of inuyasha does kagome fall asleep on his back?
Asked in The Hunger Games
Why didn't Katniss want Peeta to fall asleep in the cave?
Asked in Health
How long does it take a human body to fall asleep?
Asked in Health, Science, Circulatory System
How long does it take the average person to fall asleep?