Anne Frank A Fable Analysis

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Force Gets You Nowhere

The definition of conflict is "A clash or disagreement, often violent, between two opposing groups or individuals". (Grammarly Definition) There are many ways to respond to conflict and there are many things that can lead to conflict. Not all of these are good, nor bad. One example is force. No, not the Force in Star Wars, the force that involves "compulsion, especially with the use or threat of violence." (Google Definition) Force is a bad response to conflict, and it can often lead to conflict. The best way for people to respond to conflict is to not force people to view things the way one may view things because that causes fights and wars and often leads to more disaster.

In the real life story Anne Frank: The
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They were both young and did not quite understand why Jewish people were persecuted. He (Bruno) thought about the people in their striped pajamas and wondered what was going on at Out-With and whether it wasn't a very bad idea if it made people look so unhealthy. None of it made any sense to him. (Boyne, PP 18) It can be inferred that Bruno is young in age because of his word choices such as "Out-With" to describe the concentration camp and "People in their striped pajamas" to describe the Jewish people who were sentenced to harsh labor at the concentration camps. Since Bruno was so young, he didn't understand the situation between the Nazi's and the Jews. When Shmuel was at Bruno's house- assigned the job of polishing the glasses- Shmuel was obviously being starved at the "Out-With". The fingers weren't little more than dying twigs. (Boyne, PP 15). This described Shmuel's fingers. Bruno gives Shmuel chicken to eat. Not too long after, Lieutenant Kotler comes and notices that Shmuel had been eating. He yells at him for doing so. Then he questions Bruno to find out if they were friends. Bruno is as frightened as Shmuel, that he can't even answer Lieutenant Kotler. But even through all this conflict, Bruno and Shmuel do not let anyone force them into believing opinions about each other, nor do they allow force to take them out…show more content…
The Cost of War, the disastrous repercussions of using force is demonstrated in the consequences of wars. Because of the fact that people could not get along and many were trying to force their ideas on people, wars were the aftermath. In August 1945, U.S. drops atomic bombs which killed many people and destroyed tons of plants and animal life. In 1949, Germany placed an embargo on a food and fuel shipment; destroying all the agricultural areas. In the Vietnam War, U.S. used Agent Orange to destroy the forest in Vietnam. In the First and Second Gulf Wars, oil caused many oil spills and oil fires, which destroyed many areas. Japan Army buried thousands of unused weapons, which eventually leaked into the soil and destroyed fields, lakes, and streams. Many died from the deadly pollution. Which included livestock, people, plants, and animal life. All this happened because many were trying to force people to take their side when they did not, conflict happened, which resulted in deadly
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