The Giver holds theknowledge and wisdomand memories of thecommunity pre-sameness. He is the onlyperson who feelsemotions. He fell in lovewith his first trainee( receiver), Rosemary.But when she was takenfrom him, became veryanger and vowed to besilent.
The giver over turnedhis vow of silencebecause of hisgrowing love forJonas. He knew heneeded to find a wayto teach thecommunity a way sohe helped Jonas.
Zebra’s problem in the story was that he broke his arm and leg and so he couldn’t run any more until it healed . Zebra was sad because he couldnt run any more because running was what he liked to do.
Zebra met a man named Mr. Wilson who became his teacher for the summer. While he teaching him about how to draw, Zebra soon stopped hurting and he began to feel better as his arm started healing and improving. When it healed Mr. Wilson was finished with helping Zebra.
Victors problem in the story. His problem was that he was trying to get Teresa to like him. He did all he could to impress her but he couldn’t.
After a while Teresa found out that Victor spoke French so he was able to impress her by speaking French because she liked French. Victor imprested Teresa and she now wants to study French with him
The first character : The Giver was sad and lonely in a community where everyone was the same. He fixed his problem by sharing his memories with Jonas. The second character: Zebra broke his arm and leg and was no longer able to run. Mr. Wilson helped him by getting him involved in art so he would forget about his love for running. The third character: Victor tried to get Teresa to like him but couldn’t then found a way to get her to like him by making her to study French with him.
Lowry, Lois(1994). The Giver Boston: Mc Douglas Littell Potok, Chaim “Zebra” Mc Dougla Literature Boston: Mc Dogul Littell 2009