Hilly Holbrook, from The Help directed by Tate Taylor, and Aunt Alexandra from To Kill a Mockingbird written by Harper Lee, are very similar. They both deeply care about maintaining their reputation in their respective towns. In The Help, Hilly received dozens of toilets on her front lawn after Skeeter ordered them for her. When she sees the toilets at her house, she becomes embarrassed and furious (Taylor). This incident shows the reader that she wants to be taken seriously by her colleagues.
If they found them they were be killed by the Nazis so they do their best and anne try to be optimism with the situation. For this reason they need to have a lot of patience in the story says that anne pasted some pictures in the wall to feel more in home, she write about the situation to distract her but she was still in living that problem. Many people suffer in this time. Now is part of the history, people may best respond with patience and optimism but we hope this will not happened again. And we need to be thankful for that now we have conscience that those things were incorrect and the consequences it brings, many people died because of an idea someone had, Adolf Hitler has.
Both of the Holocaust novels Night and Sarah’s Key show the harsh treatment the Jews faced during the Holocaust. In these books, both of the main characters were able to face the hardships of the Holocaust because of their love for their family members. For example, in Sarah’s Key, Sarah is deeply affected by her choices after locking her younger brother in her bedroom cabinet. (“No, she couldn't leave, she had to stay, she had to stay because of her brother, she had promised to come back to save him.”/ “Not one day has gone by without me thinking of you, remembering. I carry the burden of your death like I would a child.
(Hook) World War II was a dark period in the history of the world, where about six million Jews were killed in Nazi concentration camps. (Bridge) A few of those individuals were Anne Frank and her family. (FS1) Anne Frank and her family were Jews, living in a time period where it was illegal to be of that ethnicity and religion. (FS2) On July 6, 1942 the Frank family was forced to go into hiding to avoid being sent to a concentration camp. (FS3) At the Annex where they were hiding, Anne and her family were facing new struggles everyday, such as arguments and dislike.
Reflection There is a certain relation between social change, leadership and advocacy. The three of them could exist alone but by using all of them together much more could be accomplished. For example, social change in many cases involves a change of attitudes, values and beliefs. In order to achieve a certain goal related to social change, a strong leadership is needed from a strong individual or a group of individuals. And those leaders often struggle with its achievement for it is not an easy task and many things could go wrong.
It sounded exciting.it didn't sound like a bad thing. Not really” (1) This quote from Coraline tell us that Coraline is a little bit nervous about what she will find in the other flat. I am going to analyze this quote and the fact that without courage the novella would not be the story it is. See the courage in the book keeps it alive if Coraline collapsed with fear and didn't go on she wouldn't of saved her parents and the other mother would of tricked more kids to their doom. But because Coraline fought back against Coraline and the other mother, she had no fear of school and would have a great deal of confidence.
“Sometimes you need a little crisis to get your adrenaline flowing and help you realize your potential.”(254) How powerful these words spoken by Rose Mary when Lori kicks her mother out of her apartment. A sense of pride is shown here which one should never lose. In Chapter 21 where Billy poses problem and seeing Jeanette’s reaction Rose Mary says “no child is born a delinquent. They only become that way if nobody loved them…”(83) Though very painful to see Jeanette's family skedaddled once again but it shows us that Jeanette and her siblings had to be supportive of each other to reach, watching each others back and thus developing a supportive network leading to where they have reached today. In chapter 62 we see that Rex makes a full recovery from TB and Lori becomes a illustrator of a comic book, Brian a detective, Maureen in high school and Jeanette in college but still they met during Christmas which shows they had developed a strong root, love and compassion for each other.
One particular family member, the youngest daughter, has a legacy that still lives on today. Anne Frank was both a hero and a victim of the Holocaust because she was forced into hiding, her loved ones were killed, and her diaries positively impacted many. During this dreadful time, Anne Frank was victimized by being forced into hiding. The Franks originally lived peacefully in Germany, but as the Nazis gained power, they slowly moved to Amsterdam. The father, Otto, previously knew the city, and brought his family with him once he found a place to live (Kniesmeyer 519).
Decision making is hard especially when there are a lot of options to choose from and can often lead to bad decisions or refusing to decide at all. In the article, “The Science of Making Decisions” by Sharon Begley, “The booming science of decision making has shown that more information can lead to objectively
For example, the article says, “...but to finally solve the case and call attention to the atrocities of the Holocaust… “Anne’s story continues to touch so many people. We all want to find out what happened…”The article also says, “Whatever the investigation turns up, Pankoke says it’s important to call attention to what happened to Anne-and the millions of other Jews murdered by the Nazis. “We owe it to the victims,” he says. “It doesn’t matter how long it takes, we’re going to try to solve this…” Anne’s story has touched many people and Pankoke hopes to touch even more by finding out what happened to Anne and the others in the