Akiba was a man in the camp with Elie and his father. Akiba started to lose his faith, believing that God was no longer with them. He was so pessimistic that he knew he would not pass the selection so he said, “In three days, I’ll be gone… Say Kaddish for me.” (77) (Kaddish is the prayer to mourn) Since Akiba could not find his own purpose, he gave up, which ultimately led to his death. Keeping your faith in the camps allowed many of the Jews to keep going. Even though Elie might have lost his faith, he did not lose his will to find his purpose, and his will to live.
This shows how Jews being silent and secretive in order to survive could lead to violence, or even death, if caught. Cohn and Pfefer were left hanging in the streets for a whole week, to let the other Jews know what could happen to them if they were caught dealing or buying from the black market. However, the black market was sometimes the only way for Jews to survive; they needed food to live. They had to risk their life in order to survive. Furthermore, when Art is again interviewing his father, he asks about Vladek’s family helping him out with money; he asks why they would not help him with buying food or paying for anything.
Josh had the opportunity to institutionalize Noah for a week to undergo a food deprivation study, but Josh disagreed with the institutionalizing part and did not go forth with it. There were many parts where Josh almost lost it and wanted to leave his family or wished his son was never born, but he just thought and wrote those things out of anger. He wanted what was best for his son and just wanted his son to act like a normal boy. While in California Noah did experience Oppression, his doctor wanted to do a study by putting Noah on food deprivation for thirty six hours. The doctors and his therapists wanted to see if he followed commands faster if he was hungry to then be rewarded with food.
At the very beginning of Elie Wiesel's Night, you meet Elie for and he wants to learn more about religion, but his father doesn't want him to. The city they live in, Sighet, was a little town that had no conflict ever, until things started to happen. Germans came into town and slowly drew the people out of town to camps. The first sign of Loss of Humanity is where Elie leaves his mother and sister forever. That changed Elie because he didn't know how to feel about this all happening in a matter of minutes.
Throughout the story, Boo is being built up. Jem says he’s not as interested in making Boo come out of his house and Scout follows with the same claim, but deep down they are both eager to see him. Of course, when they try for years will foolish ideas to get him to come out he doesn’t, but when they really needed him he was their. When Jem and Scout were attacked by Mr. Ewell, Boo was their to save them. Jem or Scout knew it at the time, but Boo Radley was the one to fight Mr. Ewell and carry Jem home.
The protagonist Liesel Meminger, has demonstrated courage multiple times. Liesel shows her courage through the act of stealing books and reading. "The book thief has struck for the first time – the beginning of an illustrious career.” Chapter 5, page 29. When her brother passed away, Liesel stole her first book during his burial. This book was called 'The Gravedigger's Handbook' and was her first act of stealing.
Paul Lohman has a tendency of losing his temper easily and then results in him doing the unthinkable. Paul never thought he would act out against his brother and sister-in-law but when Serge and his wife Babette offered to let Michel stay with them for a while as Claire was in the hospital. Paul did not want his happy family to fall apart, and when Serge and Babette made the offering he acted quickly and did the most unthinkable. Paul had enough and “felt no pain, at least not at this point… Serge tried to duck, but the bottom edge of the pan hit him square in the face… I hit him a second time… There was a cracking sound, and blood now as well…” (Koch 214) Paul beats Serge with a boiling hot pan, the images that the author shows is described in a disturbing way, that could make the reader cringe. Another incident that has a disturbing image is when Michele and Rick murdered a innocent homeless woman.
After reading the story I remembered of the time that my parents hid a secret from my sister, brother, and I. They didn’t tell us that they were having problems paying for the house we had. There will always be secrets in our life because they don’t want to hurt us. Monday afternoon I was home and someone was calling the house phone and I decided to answer the phone as I answered the phone they told me that the bank already sold the house and that the person who bought the house was going Friday to see the house. After Hanging up the phone I called my dad and told him what the person in the phone said.
The main target of the Holocaust is the Jewish population. Now, you have the chance to understand more about the Holocaust if you keep on reading the story of how Anne Frank survives. Anne hides in the annex for 2 years trying to survive during the Nazis outbreak. Anne Frank survive by writing her own diary and carrying a schoolbag with her. She had many friends before she went hiding.
In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Huckleberry Finn and his best friend Tom Sawyer are left to find out a way to get Jim out of imprisonment. Tom insists on digging him out with case knives, but also insists that the escape should take thirty-seven years. He says this because he has read about this type of stuff in books. However, they do not have time to wait that long because they both find out that when Mr. Phelps found out that Jim is not from New Orleans, he will probably try to sell him to someone else. They decide to pretend that their plan has been in the works for thirty-seven years.
These camps were brutal for the people. The Franks, Van Daans, and Mr.Dussel spent over two years hiding in the Secret Annex. How did these people pass such a horrible time in history? How easy, or in their case hard, was it to communicate with the world outside of the Secret Annex? Where was the Secret Annex located in which these people spent the remainders of their life?
About a week after Howleen’s suicide attempt, Clawd and Clawdeen organized a little investigation to track down TVC. Clawd had intended the investigation to be much like the one for Harmony’s murder, but since the circumstances were different this was either going to be really easy or really difficult. It also didn’t help that not all of the original investigation team could be there. Abbey needed to stay home to care for Icer, Howleen was out for obvious reasons, Valentine could not be reached, and Draculaura was at a family reunion. So, it was just Clawd, Clawdeen, Heath, Jackson and Frankie, though soon Duece offered to tag along.
He changed as a person because he was used to people dying that it didn’t even bother him anymore. But in the beginning Elie when he first arrived at the camp he wasn 't used to seeing people dying. On Elies’s first day at Auschwitz he saw “a truck drew close and unloaded its hold: small children. Babies!... thrown into flames” (32).
For centuries, human begins have demonstrated countless ways to be cruel to other groups od people, especially during times of war. Some ethnic groups have been targeted just because they were born in a “wrong” culture. They apply slavery just because the different religion, some people don´t survive… one example its about Anne Frank… Anne Frank born on June 12, 1929, she was a German-Jewish teenager, like her family also Jewish. Anne receive a gift, it was a diary, she was excited about her gift, she always want it. Few days after her birthday started the World War II.