Analysis Of The Sunflower By Simon Wiesenthal

282 Words2 Pages
The book The Sunflower, written by, Simon Wiesenthal is about a young jew named Simon, who was an inmate at a concentration camp. One day himself and other inmates were sent out to another job at a hospital for wounded German soldiers. While there a nurse had approached Simon and had taken him into a room where. Karl. a dying SS soldier was. He had asked to speak to a Jew as his last dying wish. Simon did not know why he was there but he could not find himself being able to leave. When Simon first walked into the room he was confused on why he was there. That was when he heard Karl begin to talk, asking him to get closer than talking about wanting to confess to a Jew so he would to be able to “die in peace”(Wiesenthal 27). When Karl began
Open Document