Escape From Camp 14: A Short Story

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Escape From Camp 14 reminds me of a time in my life during a football game. It was just after our away, sophomore, football game ,which ended at 6:00 pm, and we had to stay for the varsity game so it went till about 10:30 pm. I only had 5 dollars to spend, so after the football game I spent it on a slice of pizza and a gatorade, which was barely anything. That only lasted me about 15 minutes until I was hungry again. After a football game where I played non-stop I’d be very hungry. It was also raining and cold that day too. So me and my friend started asking people for money or food. We bothered people throughout the entire night. We even took someones gatorade that was left on the bleachers and we just scavenged for anything. Someone finally gave us a slice of bread and we…show more content…
But he needed to do that to survive. Throughout the entire night and I had nothing else to eat. When I got home I was very relieved and ate a lot. “I am evolving from being an animal, ' he said. 'But it is going very, very slowly. Sometime I try to cry and laugh like other people, just to see if it feels like anything. Yet tears don 't come. Laughter doesn 't come.” - Blaine Harden. This quote reminds me of how I felt after experiencing this hardship.“I escaped physically, ' he said. 'I haven 't escaped psychologically.”-Blaine Harden. This quote also explains how I feel.
Escape From Camp 14 also reminds me of Schindler 's List. Schindler 's List is about a businessman, Oskar Schindler, who is a member of the Nazi party, but secretly a spy for Abwehr intelligence service. The Abwehr was a separatist group from the Nazis internally. Oskar did not do that much for the Abwehr, he said he only did it for the money during the early stages of his life. Oskar moved up through the ranks of the Nazi party and became very renown. He created an enamelware factory in Krakow Poland which was where he made most of his fortune and he employed jewish
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