PERSEVERANCE IN   Chania Livingston                  11/14/12     LITERATURE
VICTOR / ADVERSITYVictor’s was he wanted to be in a relationship with a girl named Teresa. Heacted like he knew French, an...
VICTOR/ OVERCOMING HISCONFLICTHe lied about knowing French so he could be closer to Teresa. He stayedafter school to talk ...
AMIGO BROTHERS/ADVERSITYThe conflict in the story was that two best friends were challenged in achampionship boxing match....
AMIGO BROTHERS/OVERCOMING THEIRCONFLICTThey both overcame their conflict by leaving the ring together. They left stillbein...
JONAS/ ADVERSITYHe has to receive the memory of the past. The memories alone hold the truepain and pleasure of life.
JONAS/ OVERCOMING HISCONFLICTHe ran away from home to get away from the pain he has received. Also, hebrought his little b...
REFLECTIONThey all overcame their conflict and found a way out of the problem.
WORKS CITIEDLowry, Lois[1994]. The Giver. McDougal Littel
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  1. 1. PERSEVERANCE IN Chania Livingston 11/14/12 LITERATURE
  2. 2. VICTOR / ADVERSITYVictor’s was he wanted to be in a relationship with a girl named Teresa. Heacted like he knew French, and he really didn’t know French.
  3. 3. VICTOR/ OVERCOMING HISCONFLICTHe lied about knowing French so he could be closer to Teresa. He stayedafter school to talk to Teresa.
  4. 4. AMIGO BROTHERS/ADVERSITYThe conflict in the story was that two best friends were challenged in achampionship boxing match. The really didn’t want to fight each other , butthey did anyway. They practiced in separate rooms so there wouldn’t be anytension.
  5. 5. AMIGO BROTHERS/OVERCOMING THEIRCONFLICTThey both overcame their conflict by leaving the ring together. They left stillbeing friends.
  6. 6. JONAS/ ADVERSITYHe has to receive the memory of the past. The memories alone hold the truepain and pleasure of life.
  7. 7. JONAS/ OVERCOMING HISCONFLICTHe ran away from home to get away from the pain he has received. Also, hebrought his little brother.
  8. 8. REFLECTIONThey all overcame their conflict and found a way out of the problem.
  9. 9. WORKS CITIEDLowry, Lois[1994]. The Giver. McDougal Littel

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