The Giver

In chapter 4 why did Jonas savor freedom?

In chapter 4

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Jonas muses that he is glad that he chose to complete his hours in many places so that he could experience a variety of tasks, but he realizes that his choice has left him with very little idea about his future Assignment. After entering the bathing room, he greets Fiona and Asher before bathing one of the Old, named Larissa. Children and adults are required not to look at each other's naked bodies, but the rule does not apply to newchildren or the Old, for which Jonas is thankful.


he savored freedom to choose where to do his volunteer hours


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I really would agree with Amanda, but I agree with Aslan personally. No offense amanda!