She has to leave her family for a new one so she can be safe, even though not much was explained to her. Her brother dies and she will never see her parents again. Despite all of the tragic things that happen to her, she quickly develops a connection with her new father, Hans. She may be falling for Rudy, no matter how much she denies it in the beginning for she says she regrets not kissing him when he was alive. With an accordion in hand and an intriguing passion for words, Liesel discovers love and hate in her
In “Forged by Fire” by Sharon M. Draper, Gerald, the main character in the story, grows into a brave man. In the beginning, Gerald starts a fire in his mom’s apartment. Gerald gets scared from the flames, sounds, and heat that he goes behind the couch to hide from the fire. After the fire, Gerald lives with his aunt. On Geralds’s 9th birthday, Gerald’s mom came to the house with a sister for Gerald, but he doesn’t want to see neither of the two.
She loves to spend time with her best friend Rudy Steiner and she even becomes friends with the Jewish man hiding in her basement, Max. The Book Thief is a complicated story showing how some events can be unexpected, but can end up being good in the end. To show this, Markus Zusak uses situational irony first when a Jewish man shows up at the Hubermann’s door, again when Death is actually caring and kind, and finally when a basement that was not supposed to be safe actually saved Liesel 's life. Situational irony is shown in The Book Thief when Max, a Jewish man, shows up at the Hubermann’s door. Max went to the Hubermann’s house because Hans, Liesel 's foster father, offered to hide him from the Nazis.
The Hubermanns were compassionate for every kind of human, like how they took in Liesel and how they hid Max from the Nazis. But, in the end there is nothing wrong with the world, it is life. Life is random, and sometimes that can result in a life that is unfair, the difference of fairness ranges, but it almost always changes a person’s life.
Night written by Elie Wiesel, who survived the Holocaust. Wiesel had narrated Night to share an important part of history, He wanted to leave behind legacy of words, memories with hope to prevent history repeating itself. Eliezer Wiesel shares his personal experience from the beginning. In 1941, Eliezer was twelve year old Jewish boy living in the Transylvanian town of Sighet. Eliezer had a peaceful life with his family members, in 1944 Eliezer and his family were taken from their home to the Auschwitz concentration camp which results in the lost of his mother and sisters and altering his view of his religion.
After he nearly died, he thought about his wife. Tom picks up his topcoat and hat and, without waiting to put them on, opened the front door, the paper once again flies out the window. Tom Benecke laughs about it and he leaves to go find his wife Clare. Tom Benecke in the story changes because he almost experienced death from his situation with the paper, and he thinks how stupid would it be to die from falling from a tall apartment building because of the paper he was working on. After his situation he starts to appreciate his life and leaves to go see his wife
Atrributs of Hans Hubermann In The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, Hans Hubermann is presented a wonderful father to Liesel Meminger and a satisfactory husband to Rosa Hubermann. To start off, Hans is a loving and selfless father to young Liesel. In the first weeks of Liesel arriving “ He came in every night and sat with her [whispering] [s]hhhh, I’m here , It’s all right”(Markus Zusak 64) after her nightmare as he held her. This shows the audience that Hans loved her and would always get up to comfort her so that she felt at home and safe, as he earned Liesel’s trust that because she knew he would always be there for her. Also Hans demonstrates his selflessness as he explains “ I am not such a good reader myself” (65), but still continues
Speech Sounds 1) Summary A mysterious disease has swept across the nation and deprived many of their abilities of communication; speeches, literacy, as well as the lives of numerous people were lost. Rye, after the death of her family to the disease, was making a trip to Pasadena out of loneliness and desperation in search of her remaining relatives. While riding on the bus Rye encountered Obsidian, a man dressed in police uniform trying to restore peace in a society where miscommunication led to violence and government was obsolete. Rye felt an extreme jealousy towards Obsidian after finding out that he was capable of reading and writing. As the two returns to Rye’s home, they saw a man chasing after a woman, he proceeds to kill the
The Nazis seize her parents because they are Communists, and Liesel and Werner, her brother, ride on a train to live with a new family. During the train ride, her brother dies from the long term effects of their maltreatment. After the death of her brother, she loses her self-confidence because all of her loved ones are gone, and she feels powerless. Liesel and her mother deboard the train to participate in Werner’s burial in the midst of the frost-stricken winter. Death observes many moments of Liesel’s life, and he associates colors with the three major encounters.
Behavioral changes from one generation to the next naturally occur little by little. Nonetheless, changes in adolescent behavior from the millennial generation triumphing it have been substantial and revolutionary. Today’s teens have never witnessed a world without internet. The majority of them possess smartphones and waste several hours each week on social media. But while numerous parents may feel allayed about their teens’ seeming uninterested in drinking, driving and dating, they could perhaps be overlooking the effects that continuous internet access has on their teens’ mental well-being.