The Giver Utopian Community

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“A utopia is an imaginative account of a perfect society or ideal commonwealth.” Utopias are the perfect societies were everyone is content and usually happy. The Giver, a novel, is a story describing an utopian community. For example in the Giver no mention of crime nor violence is ever mentioned. Not only is crime not a problem but no one in the community has to suffer either. In the novel the main character Jonas once said, while younger, that he was starving, referring to him being hungry. However he was corrected by an instructor who went on to say how no one in the community is starving because no one is suffering at all. Furthermore these aren't the only reasons why Jonas’s community can be considered a perfect society. In the community