What is the significance of nakedness in "The Giver"?

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In the Giver Jonas dreams of being naked with Fiona. This is a sign that Jonas is entering puberty. Jonas tells his mother and she tells him that it is time to take a daily pill that will stop the dreams. This is significant because it tells us that the "perfect world" represses feelings and thoughts that we know to be natural.

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