Asked by: Ayachi Lataasked in category: General Last Updated: 4th February, 2020
What is the climax of the giver?
Correspondingly, which event is the climax of the giver?
The climax of a story is the point when the plot reaches its highest intensity and is considered a turning point in the storyline. In Lois Lowry's The Giver, the climax of the story takes place when Jonas witnesses his father release a newborn infant by lethally injecting the defenseless baby.
Also Know, what is the main conflict of the giver? Since the main conflict is what Jonas is assigned, the effect of that is that it causes him to question the society he lives in and its restrictions set upon the Community by the Elders. The problem Jonas has to solve is the way the Community runs.
Then, what is the resolution of the giver?
The resolution of a story follows the climax and is essentially the conclusion of the story's plot. The resolution also ties up the loose ends to conclude the story. In the novel The Giver, the climax of the novel is when Jonas witnesses his father releasing a newborn infant and decides to run away from the community.
Does Jonas die in the giver?
No, Jonas does not die in, "The Giver." He shows up at another book as a leader with Gabriel. I have only read The Giver and it does not state if he died or not.