Sameness In The Giver By Lois Lowry

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In Lois Lowry 's The Giver Lowry explores the idea of sameness. In the community of The Giver anything different is deemed rude. This type of utopia ensures that there is no hierarchy, no poverty, and no “bad” decisions. Utopia like this can often turn into a kingdom, but in the community of The Giver the system that is in place makes sure that this never happens works very well. In the community of The Giver there is no hierarchy, this makes everything the same for everyone, and because everything is the same no one has different clothes, houses or vehicles. This also eliminates the feeling of envy, which is very present in our society. In the society of The Giver Donald Trump would be a normal person, and no one would be rich. This goes for

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