What Are The Customs In The Giver By Lois Lowry

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The Giver The author of The Giver, Lois Lowry portrays a science fiction world where in the future many important items, customs, and emotions are lost and forgotten in a utopia society where apparently "everything is perfect." Firstly, the customs in The Giver are so unique and different compared to regular society it may seem a bit bizarre. The “Dream Telling” is a tradition when people in Jonas’ society have breakfast and express their dreams and how they felt during their dream (their opinions of what feelings are). The “Telling of Feelings” is another tradition where at dinner family units share their feelings. A very important custom is being “Released”. As Jonas says: “There are only two occasions of release which are not punishments.

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