The landscape starts to change and become irregular. Jonas trips and twists an ankle on the unfamiliar terrain, but also sees a bird and waterfalls and wildflowers for the first time. The sight of these new things is thrilling, yet at the same time Jonas worries he won’t be able to protect Gabriel.
Chapter 22 Section 1: Toward Freedom: Struggles for Independence
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Frequently Asked Questions
How does the landscape change in Chapter 22 What are the new dangers?
The landscape around them begins to change: the terrain becomes bumpy and irregular, and Jonas falls and twists his ankle. He sees waterfalls and wildlife, all new things to him after a life of Sameness. ... The weather changes, and Jonas feels cold and hunger and pain from his twisted ankle.
What happened in chapter 22 of the giver?
After many failed attempts, Jonas makes a net out of pieces of Gabriel's blanket with which he succeeds in catching two fish in the stream. Suffering from hunger, Jonas tries to call back memories of feasts and party meals in his mind, but when the memories fade away, he is still left with the same feeling of hunger.
How does the weather change in Chapter 22 of the giver?
The weather changes, and Jonas and Gabriel are caught in two days of rain. While rain had been enjoyable in memories, this rain is different, harsher. Gabriel and Jonas are cold and wet, and Gabriel begins to cry.
How was the landscape on Jonas's route different?
How was the landscape different on Jonas route? Describe it. The landscape becomes more and more rural. Jonas even sees a bird pass by overhead and it is the first time he has seen the real world in person.
How does the landscape begin to change in the giver?
How does the landscape begin to change? The roads are narrower and bumpy, because the road crews do not attend to these roads. Also, there are more trees (Lowry 214-215). Gabe calls out, "Plane! Plane!" But what does Gabriel actually see? Gabriel sees something flying and identifies it as a plane, but it is actually a bird (Lowry 215).
How did the landscape change after Jonas and Gabriel?
When Jonas and Gabriel flee the community, they discover that the landscape dramatically changes as they travel toward Elsewhere. Jonas is astonished by the rough terrain and is forced to ride up hills, which he has never done before.
What happens in Chapter 22 of the giver?
Jonas trips and twists an ankle on the unfamiliar terrain, but also sees a bird and waterfalls and wildflowers for the first time. The sight of these new things is thrilling, yet at the same time Jonas worries he won't be able to protect Gabriel.