The Giver

Jonas knows that if this plan fails, he could be killed. But he believes that if he stays, his life is no longer worth living. Do you agree? CHAPTER 20!


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 Yes I do agree. Jonas's job is too unnatural and stressful. He cannot remain complacent while the community caries on with the emotional maturity of children. He cannot sit by while babies and the elderly are "let go." Jonas would rather die than facilitate for the elders and let something happen to Gabriel.   

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