He knew how to feed Gabe and take care of him. The only reason Jonas was still alive was because of Gabe and his community. If he would have chosen to give up, than he would have done everybody wrong. . All the memories that he had been exposed in the last year would have proceeded to stay trapped outside and the community would have never had to face the consequences of their doing.
The narrator, Nick Carraway, starts the book off by telling the readers a piece of advice from his father: “Whenever you feel like criticizing any one,’ he told me, ‘just remember that all the people in this world haven’t had the advantages you’ve had” (Fitzgerald 1). This quote foreshadows that as the book continues, Jay Gatsby will be more and more deserving of criticism. This quote lets the readers know that Nick is a very socially responsible person due to the fact that he would not criticize anyone or compare his past to anyone else's, which helps him to follow his duty of keeping society balanced. Nick is proven to be socially responsible all throughout the book, the reader can also see his socially responsible trait when he says, “I’ve got my hands full,’ I said. ‘I’m much obliged but I couldn’t take any more work.” (Fitzgerald 83).
He did not have to deal with as many hardships as other families and people had to, so his perspective as an onlooker looking on people struggle is the same view that people in the present have now. They did not live through the Great Depression, but they can understand Justice’s point of view as someone who also didn’t go through many trials. Justice’s words are an important part of history and leave a powerful impact on those who read
What would the world be without color? In The Giver they lived their lives without color and it was only black and white. The characters in The Giver were Jonas and The Giver living in The Giver community in the future where everything is very controlling. What would have made The Giver community more positive are diversity, honesty, and empathy. Diversity would have been important to make The Giver community more positive.
A perfect replacement for this void would be a caring mentor who has Martin’s best interest. In the comedic world, confidence is a major key, and a mentor could restore Martin’s confidence by simply being there for him in times of loneliness and doubt. Moreover, while reminiscing on venturing out to travel the country alone like a comedic pioneer, Martin, in an ironic statement, reveals to the reader, “There were no mentors to tell me what to do; There were no guidebooks for doing stand-up. Everything was learned in practice, and the lonely road, with no critical eyes watching, was the place to dig up my boldest, or dumbest ideas and put them onstage” (132). Undoubtedly, Martin explains to the reader in his journey to success in show business that he had no mentor, and no one to tell him yes or no.
Would you give up love and true happiness for a life without pain? In the dystopian novel The Giver, written by Lois Lowry, strong emotion is sacrificed for a peaceful environment. The depicted community at first appears to be a utopia, where hate and discrimination are abolished, but the emotionless society is quickly revealed to be dystopian as the story continues. They live in a world of sameness; there is no hunger, suffering, or war, but also no color, diversity, or sensuality. The protagonist, a twelve-year-old boy named Jonas, uncovers the truth about his community when he is assigned to be the Receiver of Memory, and acquires the memories from the past from an elder called the Giver.
It is crucially important to realize that Atticus did not tell his children about him being known as the best shot in town because this shows how humble he really is. Although Atticus does not directly talk to his children about humility; readers are able to understand how important this quality is to him. When Scout finds out about this, she wants to tell everybody, but Jem said on page 130, “I reckon if he 'd wanted us to know it, he’da told us. If he was proud of it, he’da told us.” Jem realized that his father was so humble and not prideful, and he went on to say that he was a gentleman just like Atticus. Scout and Jem’s view of their father suddenly changes when they witness his sharpshooting skills in real
Hughes compares himself to Westley because unlike Westley who was tired of sitting there impatiently he felt like he didn’t have to be saved. Hughes was actually looking forward to being saved like his aunt said he would. So when he sees that Westley didn’t face any consequences for lying about being saved, he felt like he could have done what he did.
Holocaust survivor and prolific author, Elie Wiesel thought it was important to stand for something people believe in. He once argued, “There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.” The documentary Bully displays how one should stand up for what he or she believes in, and help make a difference and end injustice. For instance, World War II was a major act of injustice. If someone had said something, it most likely would have been stopped and would have never happened. Although many people say it is not their issue to stand up when witnessing an act of injustice, saying something can genuinely make a difference and help in many ways.
Is life meaningless without memories?in The Giver,By Lois Lowry, Jonas lives in a perfect society but the Giver is the only one with memories of the past.The Giver helps them to remember feeling and the past. Life is meaningless without memories because they help you remember important parts of the past. Life would be boring and there would be no real relationships. Memories help you remember the important parts of the past. Without memories, you forget things like war and violence.