The Giver by Lois Lowry

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The Giver is a very common science fiction short novel written by Lois Lowry. For proficient leaders, it may be quite unintimidating due to its length. However, Lois Lowry’s book is easy to read to read as it has simple vocabulary but the themes are thought-provoking and vigorous. The writer creatively uses cumbersome and contentious topics like euthanasia, liberty of choice and individual values. The moral lessons of "The Giver" in one way or the other compares to science fiction ideas in “The Ones Who Walked Away from Omelas by Ursula LeGuin, Deborah Anapol’s “The Future of The Family and the Fate of Our Children” and Steven Pinker’s “The Moral Instinct.” Therefore, the class creative texts discuss utopian and dystopian societies and their perfections and imperfections; thus they are evidently similar and different from the main Sci-Fi text in various ways. There are different ways of telling whether a text is science fiction or not. To start with, science fiction stories, unlike other works of literature, often communicate about the science and technology and the future. Also, these texts in most cases involve the use of partially true and partially fictitious laws and theories (Pringle, 60). The plots in the main sci-fi book and the class creative texts include the creation of circumstances that are dissimilar from those of the present day and the illustrious past. They include human elements explaining the effects of new discoveries, accomplishments and scientific advances in the future. While “The Giver” and “The Ones Who Walked Away from Omelas” by Ursula LeGuin are set in dystopian societies that show some perfection, there are hidden

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