Comparing The Story 'Night And Terrible Things'

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Life is a metaphor a memorable anecdote, the first steps in life, someone has always been there that is how we grow. Our teacher becomes our student, for the first student was our teacher. Since the beginning of time whether it be a human or an animal ever living being is a flower and a butterfly is always there to nourish the flower, just the same with the butterfly. The theme of life, the message of “Night” by Elie Weisel, “Is Survival Selfish” by Lane Wallace (page 317 of collections), and the “Terrible Things” by Eve Bunting create disguise with vivid descriptions of personal stories. Survival is necessary like our morals, we as humans should help others in need to survive, empathy can make beautiful things, so why not try, make growth happen, working together can save lives. …show more content…

For instance, the story “Terrible Things” by Eve Bunting on page 3, it states, “somebody help! But there was no one left to help”. Correspondingly, this story describes the events that occurred in the Holocaust, face to face to such discrimination, fear had praised their selfishness and people soon forgot their morals of edicts and the choice of helping not only yourself but others. In relegation, the passage, “Is Survival Selfish” by Lane Wallace (page 317 of collections), page 318,” she got out of the plane and survived very few others in the plane, which was soon consumed by smoke and fire. For reference, if she didn’t have survival ethics she wouldn’t have survived, however, if she had time to save herself, it’s logical to rush the people out the plane, to yell and manifest a hope of survival for they were consumed by fear, for say she could have distinguished what’s at risk. These show how helping others can have a great impact on people’s lives and survival of our

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