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  • Character 1 (Jonas) conflict Jonas was elected to be the receiver, but he was unhappy Because he wanted a different job then the job that was given to him by the elders Of the community.
  • Character 1 (Jonas) solution So Jonas left the community with his younger brother Gabe to keep him alive and use all the memory that the giver shared with him to help him and Gabe.
  • Character 2 (Zebra) conflict The conflict to zebra is that he was hit by a car and couldn’t run for the rest of his life and got really depress.
  • Character 2 (zebra) solution Zebra begin taking art class and begin feeling more better and his hand stop hurting.
  • Character 3 (Victor) conflict He want to talk to Teresa and end up telling her that he knew French and she want him to teach her.
  • Character 3 (Victor) solution He talked to her and he would have to learn to teach her French and went to go study.
  • Reflections on three characters If I were Jonas I would have done the same thing that he did. If I were Zebra I would have watch in what I was doing and wouldn’t ran in the street. If I were Victor I would have just told Teresa that I didn’t know French and apologize for lying.
  • Sources for character’s booksLowery Lois (1994) The Giver Boston:McDougal LitellPotock Chaim “Zebra” McDougalLiterature Boston : McDougal Litell2009Gary Soto “7th Grade”