For all its passages of despair, Frank 's diary is essentially a story of faith, hope and love in the face of hate. On June 12, 1942, Anne Frank 's parents gave her a red checkered diary for her 13th birthday. She wrote her first entry, addressed to an imaginary friend named Kitty, that same day: "I hope I will be able to confide everything to you, as I have never been able to confide in anyone, and I hope you will be a great source of comfort and support." During the two years Anne Frank spent hiding from the Nazis with her family in the Secret Annex in
Being identified as having a National Jewish Book Award for children 's literature the book The Devil 's Arithmetic by Jane Yolen’ is a historical fiction book about a Jewish family that changes with the flip of a page. Hannah travels back in time when her and her family are at a family dinner called the Seder about the Holocaust. Hannah had been forced out of their living space to go to a unknown place but rather than later, she figures out she is going to a concentration camp. While her and her family are at the concentration camp many of her friends and her family do not survive. Not only does this change Hannah from being a static character to a dynamic character it changes Hannah as a person because she goes from being selfish, scared,to relieved.
Later, she is awakened by new neighbour Paul Varjak (George Peppard), who rings her doorbell to get into the building. The pair chat as she dresses to leave for her weekly visit to Sally Tomato (Alan Reed), a mobster incarcerated at Sing Sing prison. Tomato 's lawyer, O 'Shaughnessy, pays her $100 a week to deliver "the weather report". Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly As she is leaving for Sing Sing, Holly is introduced to Paul 's "decorator", wealthy older woman Emily Eustace Failenson (Patricia Neal), whom Paul nicknames "2E". That night, Holly goes out onto the fire escape to elude an over-eager date (Mel Blanc).
Based on the previous situations that were happening with Juliet, out of anger and depression she runs out into the woods to try and kill herself. Even though we learn that life is short and precious. The author brings together quality. She tries to hold relationships and bonds. For example, Day 1, Samantha and her parents lost the trust and love they had for each other.
Small background details are seen as useless to some while to others they explain the life of the characters and the situation in the story. Details in the second version included; details of why the son became a “junkie”, why the mom followed in doing the same, and what the son became after he quit. The first version of the story only mentions when the boy became a junkie and how he left his mom after she fell into the same bad habits. The story had been doomed from the beginning but it made it more interesting the second time around because of the
Suggestions are offered to alleviate their struggles. As Karl Marx famously said “[People] make their own history, but they do not make it as they please; they do not make it under self-selected circumstances, but under circumstances existing already, given and transmitted from the past." Likewise, the selection of her family and the environment in which she lived were not determined by Baby. Baby was born in an unstable and derelict environment, paired with fledgling parental support from a heroin addicted father, which hindered her childhood development. This significantly affected the choices she made -- especially during the formative years of twelve and thirteen years old.
Her issues would further increase not long after, as Ms. Kelly, her former boss threatened to spread the story to the whole town. She then realized that she had to tell her mother, who was obviously disappointed after uncovering what had happened. However, as she was leaving Ireland, Eilis knew that “sometime in the future, she thought, she would look at them and remember what would soon….seem like a strange, hazy dream to her” (251). Eilis knew that the dilemma she had to face won’t matter in the future. So, what did Eilis gain from her turbulent experience in Ireland?
Who would take care of him and her younger siblings? From this prospective Eveline committed a noble deed. There were various reasons for Eveline leaving her life as it was, surrendering to reality and remaining a sacrifice of circumstances – fear of the uknown, obligation, abuse. The most dramatic point of the short story is that by the age of 19 she still was not able to take a decision, even having a sad example of her mother. Somebody can say, that it was the spirit of the time - women had subservient roles and were overshadowed by their husbands, brothers, fathers.
The majority of the people have lost interest in getting children and dealing with the global issue. Yet, some need that something to hold on to so pretend to be confiding in a “child” also known as a doll or an animal. People need to show themselves that there is something they are worthy for and they were deprived of that, when kids stopped being born. An example of this is Helena when Natalie is killed by Theo, she is filled with anger and grief as she has lost her hope of raising and nurturing a successful child. While on the other hand, Theo couldn’t care less as he tries to condemn himself as faultless just for the sake of thriving.
The knowledge won’t be passed down to there kids because sooner or later they will turn into a normal human being as well and will have their own minds and understanding. We all strongly agree that people tend to have different opinions, and that is why knowledge is not according to your parent’s heredity. Even if a parent is smart that knowledge from the parent won’t be passed down, but what can be passed down is the way parents treat their children. In his article, “Alphabet soup: My Life as a Reader” John Almy, an author, his mother states, “I told you you were stupid! I told you were stupid!” Saying such words as those can really change how a child can think.