Charlotte's Suitcase Analysis

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What to do if someone threatens you? Not all but the majority of the people have experienced threats in life. Most of the solutions for the threats are determined by situations. Levine writes a story called Hana’s Suitcase with the intention to teach the children how holocaust has the effect of Hana’s childhood. In the same way, White writes a story called Charlotte’s Web with the intention to show children how Wilbur saves from being killed. There are some similarities between Charlotte’s Web and Hana’s Suitcase on the basis of conflicts is character vs society and character vs character. To begin, the main characters of Charlotte’s Web and Hana’s Suitcase respectively Wilbur and Hana are inhibited reaching their goals because of the social rules. In Charlotte 's Web, Wilbur’s life seems to be harm at the birth because Wilbur is a weak pig. To explain, Mrs. Arable said, “One of the pigs is a runt. It’s very small and weak, and it will never amount to anything” (White 1). With this in mind, Mr. Arable family cannot take advantage having a runt pig because special attention required raising the runt pig. Runt pigs never do well and usually don 't live long; therefore, people kill runt pig instead of raising the pig. The key to this problem is that Fern rejects to obey Mr. Arable talks. If Fern had not challenged Mr. Arable way of doing things, Wilbur would not be alive anymore. Likewise, In Hana’s Suitcase, Hana’s childhood is tortured by Nazis rule. To explain, Hana said,
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