This was wh it was common to lose one’s self and descen into madness at Auschwitz, it was an escape from the reality and torture of the truth of their situation and fate. By being there for each other, Elie Wiesel and his dad can face their lives without drowning in it 's hopelessness. Both father and son have reason to give up and die, but the existence of the their love for each other provides enough reason to persevere. Broken from dehumanization and fueled by self preservation, Elie Wiesel is forced to give up his love for his father in trade for his survival. “He continued to call me… I didn’t move” (111) Elie is giving his rations to Shlomo as well as taking care to stay alive, but he is eventually forced to make a choice by starvation and his father’s illness.
When your brother or sister hits you, you automatically want to hit them back harder or get revenge, right? Elie Wiesel chooses to do the opposite in the story “The Watch.” Elie Wiesel lived in a small religious town, then he was sent to Auschwitz. After being in Auschwitz he was sent to Buchenwald, for his religion. After the war he lived in France, then he moved to the U.S and became a teacher at Boston University. Before the war he buried his watch in his yard and after the war he went back to his old house and unburied his watch.
Eliezer had a peaceful life with his family members, in 1944 Eliezer and his family were taken from their home to the Auschwitz concentration camp which results in the lost of his mother and sisters and altering his view of his religion. Eliezer had a strong devotion with his religion which gave him the courage and strength to keep hope in his situation, thought out the time Elie’s views in his religion changed as he experienced the evil brought upon himself and his family, sadly this dark presents changed his attitude towards God. In the beginning of Night, Eliezer began telling readers about his life, he was the only son in an Orthodox Jewish family that strictly adheres to Jewish tradition and law. Eliezer studies the Talmud the Jewish mystical texts of the Cabbala, with the help of Moishe the Beadle. Moishe the Beadle was a teacher of Jewish mysticism, with Moishe’s guidance.
Vladek was a real person who survived the Holocaust, a terrible war in that many people died. Vladek survived by pretending to be a Pole soldier who escaped the camps(pg.64). He then told the conductor if he could hide him and take him home. He got lucky the conductor helped him, but he still used his knowledge to pretend to be a Pole. Vladek also survived by making bunkers for him and his family to hide in (pg.110).
He cared greatly about his family and wife even though Elizabeth was often distant towards him. In the end of the play, Proctor chooses to die rather than sign his confession, ratting out his friends and ruining his good name in the town. He did this to protect the reputation of his children so they won’t have to grow up with a lying father. Lying went against Protctors’ views and that ideal is prevalent throughout the entire play. It is revealed that as soon as he had an affair with Abigail, he confessed to Elizabeth the next day because of the guilt he was carrying around.
Vladek lost his wife and firstborn, while Art lost his mother and a brother he had never met. Vladek was able to survive Auschwitz, but it costs him his old life. Vladek and Artie have a strained relationship with each other since all Artie wants to do is know, while Vladek just wants to forget. This causes Vladek to sometimes
According to his biography, he was only in prison because he did not want to join the army. I believe that he should have the choice to fight for his country, and if he doesn’t, that is his choice. Grosser was married and a father when he was imprisoned, and was tortured for no reason, which I believe is why he eventually committed suicide. Also according to his biography, he was on a bread and water diet. That should not have been acceptable to give someone that little amount of food when they haven’t even truly committed a horrible crime.
Darl never reveals Jewel’s illegitimacy, because he knows how damning this could be to his mother’s memory. He also knows, despite their differences, that Jewel would be deeply hurt if he found out something so shameful about his beloved
In the novel Night and the poem “The Hangman”, the bystander effect took place because people were afraid to bring attention to themselves. In the film The Hunger Games, however, Katniss Everdeen took a stand because she was not afraid of what would happen to her but what would happen to her sister and others in trouble instead. This feeling of fear for yourself rather than others is what separates the bystanders from the morally courageous people of the world. In the novel Night, most of the prisoners during the Holocaust became bystanders because of the fear for themselves getting killed. When Elie’s father gets hit for the first time, Elie said, “ My father had just been struck, in front of me, and I had not even blinked.
Also, If the son hits his father, his hands will be cut off (Document C). It is unjust because Hammurabi did not consider the consequences that came with the law. If the son were underage, he will not be able to fend for himself or provide for himself. While some may argue that he