He is using full sentences. Although as noted throughout the story Eliezer had to mature and at one point he became “nothing but a body. Perhaps even less: a famished stomach” (Wiesel 50). This quote helps show the loss of value he had of even himself. The horror of the Holocaust has broken this boy into losing every want but to just simply breathe.
This struggle was not seen by Wendy L. Sunderman, but she recognized the ability from her own students that any group of people can reenact the same experiences Golding imagined. The very same people in the novel reflect society. In society, everyone seeks approval. Ralph seeks approval with the crowd of boys, Piggy seeks approval with Ralph, Simon seeks approval with his deeds, Jack seeks approval of his choir and of Ralph, Sam and Eric seek approval from Ralph. And all the boys seek the approval of Ralph, and then Jack.
We found a list of things on his desk, one of which is a note that says “phone bill”. This shows that he was slow on his bills and is lacking money. This can be turned into a motive of suicide. Another big piece of evidence is that he lives on his own and there is no way to get in. His door has several locks on it.
Furthermore, an outsider is a character that is set apart from the established cultural pattern. The most character that was an outsider was Franky, Bernice, and the soldier. Therefore, Franky didn’t feel like she wasn’t part of any club “we”. Bernice is part of the family, but again she’s not part of the family because if they ever move or go somewhere out of the town she can’t go. The soldier didn’t know anybody when he came back in town and he felt unnoticeable because nobody said anything to him at all.
People with lack of acceptance have differences in personalities, experiences, and behaviors. There are many major similarities and differences concerning the characters in “Flowers for Algernon” by Daniel Keys and The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. Even though The Book Thief was based on a little girl named Liesel, another character, Max, in the book experiences a lack of acceptance. The setting of The Book Thief is during World War II, when Jews were being persecuted for their religion and beliefs. Max has a worldly personality, so he is knowledgeable of the series of events happening around him.
The audience can only ever get second hand or first hand accounts of the events that took place. Not only does that rely on the the continued perfection of the character interactions that the writers have presented, but it is very limiting for a piece of visual entertainment. The reason that people watch a show instead of simply hearing or reading about it is due to its visual elements, and all the advantages that it brings. For “The Wire” to continue its uniqueness would require it to forgo anything not already shown or anything that occured before the show to delegate to characters simply talking about it. This issue is compounded because of the show’s strong use of shocking visuals, such as the leg of the man that Omar shoots with his shotgun, which the director was quite willing to show.
In the story it mentions the ideas of Fate and Free will and how some believe in one than the other. For example Billy Believes in fate since he has no control of his life, even though he can travel through it. As mentioned in the novel by a Tralfamadorian, “Only on Earth is there any talk on free will.” After reading this quote it revealed to me the meaning of the novel, but I touch on this later. To begin with, Through the novel Billy Pilgrim is shown to be able to jump to any point of his life ,but isn’t capable of change the outcome of any event. This makes the reader question if “Free Will” is an option in a person’s life.
However, it is questionable how accurate his representation of the Holocaust is since he did not actually live in the concentration camps. Furthermore, it must have been difficult to write about Anja’s life considering that all the details of her life are from memories since Vladek destroyed all of her writing and journals to cope with her committing suicide. Unlike my assumption that a graphic novel would belittle the severity of the Holocaust, this novel is very successful in narrating the events
Destruction Ghettos were mainly temporary, and were completely closed off (Types of Ghettos). Destruction Ghettos were the worst types of ghettos for a Jewish community to live in (Types of Ghettos). According to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, “Destruction Ghettos were tightly sealed off and existed for between two and six weeks before the Germans and/or their collaborators deported or shot the Jewish population concentrated in them.” These types of ghettos were found in the Hungary and the German-occupied Soviet Union. Closed and Open Ghettos, however, were simpler for Jews. They were allowed to work and weren’t deported to camps as quickly as the Jews in the Destruction Ghettos were.