Comparing The Diary Of Star-Belly Sneetches And Anne Frank

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Dr. Seuss writes about inferences within a community:
Those stars weren’t so big….
You might think such a thing wouldn’t matter at all. But, because they had stars, all the Star-Belly Sneetches
Would brag,” We’re the best kind of Sneetch on the beaches. “(1-4)
Anne Frank knew this well, as she describes it many times in her diary The diary of a Young Girl. She knew what it meant to be treated less than human, Dr. Seuss “The Sneetches” touch base with many of the same things Anne experience. They both show the world how easy it is to be divided. It is terrifying that something as small as a star can cause division and hatred among neighbors. Almost all Americans have read “The Sneetches”, but do you know the deeper meaning. The thing which Dr. Seuss “The Sneetches” and Anne’s diary, remind the world of. The prejudices that divided us can be reversed if the world realized what they already knew. Freedom, something we are told to be grateful for every day, but so easily forget. Anne longed for freedom, as did the Plain-Belly Sneetches. The Sneetches wanted to be accepted by society, while Anne just wanted to go outside without out the …show more content…

Holocaust, Star-Off machine/Star-On machine was their solution; who brought about these “solutions”, well Sylvester McMonkey McBean. In “The Sneetches” McBean offers to take away their problems by removing or adding stars, Hitler’s “final solution” involved killing all of the Jews. The “solution” applies to different people; the Nazi’s “solution” catered to the Germans, while the McBean solution caters to booth Star-Belly Sneetches and Plain-Belly Sneetches. It is obvious that neither “solution” solved their problem permanently or was even a temporary fix. These “solutions” caused wounds, some of which are still not healed today; while in Dr. Seuss “The Sneetches” everyone gets along after McBean left, unfortunately in the real world many victims still

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