Vladek and his whole family--his wife, son, parents, siblings and friends--were victims, some survivors of the Holocaust. However Vladek was not only a survivor of the Holocaust, he was also a veteran of the war. Vladek was able to survive the war and the Holocaust because he was resourceful, and in turn created his luck for himself and the people around him. Example 1. As a prisoner of war Vladek knew German, and one of his fellow inmates wished to write to his family.
The smell was so horrible that it can make a healthy and courageous person sick and force him to leave the battle field. The trenches were filled with rotten bodies of dead men and nobody had time to clean the trenches and give a proper burial to those soldiers who lost their lives in protecting the country for many days and the rats fed on those corpses and rat population increased drastically in the trenches. The stench from those rotten bodies and over floating latrines would make anybody sick. Many soldier contracted lice from these rat in the trenches. One night my dear friend was sent to parole on “No Man Land “with few other soldiers.
After a long bombardment, Paul thinks that if someone saw the dugout, “no one would believe that in this howling waste there could still be men” (112). The soldiers endure horrific conditions in ways outsiders cannot understand. The damage done by the bombs is so critical that the men’s safety is obliterated even more than it already was. Paul and the other soldiers are trapped in a graveyard for both the living and dead. After getting news an upcoming battle, the men joke about the hundred new coffins brought in, “unpleasant jests, but what else can a man do?
Frank Holey, was a good person. He was not only a good person, he was a hero. He was a hero, because he risked his life and his family to save the Jews that were in the concentration camps, no he did not get paid for it. During WWII, Nazis were capturing and killing Jews. Jews were not allowed to leave Germany unless they had money.
When he heard the music, he fancied he was at that point in heaven, until finally he lost all cognizance. The poor kid never arose again. The warmth of the solid wine and the icy night-dew denied him of life, and he stayed in the grave in which he had laid himself. At the point when the rancher heard the news of the kid's passing he was startled, what's more, perplexed of being conveyed to equity - undoubtedly, his pain took such an effective hold of him that he fell blacking out to the
I recommend this book to my peers because it’s very adventurous, Liesel Meminger seemed to live life to the fullest and I think everybody needs to live life to the fullest because you never know when your last day will be. In the book, Liesel and her foster family hide a Jew named Max in their basement. This was during World War II so doing this was very rebellious and dangerous, but it was very risky yet exciting at the same time. Liesel and Rudy also stole food from a nearby farm, they ended up getting caught and chased after by the farmer. Rudy’s pants got stuck on the fence and him and Liesel barely escaped.
Words power starts to really show from when takes her first book, all the way to nightmares that Liesel has occurred in which Hans was always there to comfort her. It had spanded all the way to the hiding of Max, the hidden Jew. With Liesel being able to read, to the writings of the Word Shaker from Rudy, and the Mein Kampf changing Jews way of Life suggests that words can either save or destroy a person’s life. Liesel had started to read from books, giving an understanding of the true horrific world around her. Liesel uses her power of words for the better of others.
In “The Tell-Tale Heart” is about this young man and older man. The young man who is a butler takes care of the old man, but really hates the old. He hated him so much that he planned to kill the old man, so for a week he snuck into the old man’s room and watched him. Then, before he killed him the butler was nice to the old man, but on the final night, Butler snuck into the old man’s room but the old man woke up. So the Butler had to stay hidden in the dark, he waited for the old man to go back to sleep eventually he did, the Butler then strangled the old man with a pillow and felt so much joy after he was dead.
Walt came running in with a gun and he was in shocked, he asked where Sue was but when we called her she didn’t answer. Later in the night she came home all bloody and bruises everywhere, everyone knew what happened to her and It was disgusting. Walt was in shocked and ran back to his house. The next day I asked Walt for a solution to this and to go to their house and kill them all, all he did was planning quietly the whole day, later in the day I went to his house and got locked up in the basement, he was going to the house alone. When Sue came to let me out and we drove to the gang’s house, there were police cars and an ambulance carrying what seemed to be Walt because the rest of the gang were in handcuffs.
However, it didn’t last long. The owner noticed that something was happening to his precious furniture – they were often ruined and sometimes covered with a dark, stinky liquid. Furious and convinced that it was the work of vandals in that locality, the owner hid in the store one night with a shotgun in his hand, intent on capturing whoever it was. All night long, not a soul appeared near the store. In the morning, he was shocked to find his furniture soiled and ruined all over again.