Reasons Why The Giver Should Be Banned

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Would you want to live in a society where everyones the same, perfect, and no color, or a society where people who have differences and are allowed to make mistakes? The reading of a society being different is why the book, The Giver, is being challenged. Many people believe that the book The Giver should be banned due to infanticide content; however, the book provides a perspective of someone who is different than the so called “normal” or “perfect”, it also gives teh reader a better outlook on how society is today. After reading the book, The Giver, the reader will have a better appreciation for all the unique differences in life. In the book, The Giver, Jonas states “ If everything’s the same, then there aren’t any choices!”. (page 123 ) The Giver, shows the life they live in has no color, people don’t have to make …show more content…

Duis autem vel eum iriure dolor in hendrerit in vulputate velit esse molestie consequat, vel illum dolore eu feugiat nulla facilisis at vero eros et accumsan. Even with the authentication of why this book shouldn’t be banned because of the perspectives and a new appreciation for how society is today, some believe it should be banned. These people fail to notice all the other benefits this book gives the reader. People who believe the book should be banned think this for the infanticide content in the book .Although aspects of this argument are enticing, it ultimately fails to be a stronger argument because there are very few parts in the book where the taking of an infants life happens.There are significantly more parts in the book where it reminds the reader it’s okay to be different. With all of this in mind, after reading, The Giver, you will understand why it’s important to realize there is no “perfect life” and instead what makes life amazing is the uniqueness in people, and the differences in

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