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The Giver-Allusions BONUS

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Jen (eaglesreadwrite) | 21 comments Mod
Are there allusions in The Giver? Post them here!

Hint: Allusions are references to famous people, places, events, times, works of literature, religion, etc. in the book.

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Micah Savine | 3 comments I think there aren't any because the book doesn't take place in modern time

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Isaiah (ISAIAHFLORES) | 4 comments Jonah is in the bible jonas

message 4: by Lauren (new)

Lauren | 3 comments I do because the memory of war.

message 5: by Jen (new)

Jen (eaglesreadwrite) | 21 comments Mod
Isaiah E-F gets Eagle Stamps!!!

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Andrew | 3 comments I feel the way the community lives in with no war, just peace, good manners, and no choices, is an example of world peace if we had it.

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Trey  (tehPWNGEPotato) | 4 comments An allusion with the giver and our world would be the memory of

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Asja (Roansja) | 8 comments I think that the ceremony is kind of like a graduate where you graduate to do new things and new jobs.

message 9: by Trey (new)

Trey  (tehPWNGEPotato) | 4 comments The bloody memory of warfare with all of the stabbed horses and dead soldiers relates to the civil war. The civil war is the bloodiest war on US soil. The people wanted water because when you fired a musket gunpowder would fill the air.

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