They hide and was fine but later they were found by Nazis and they were translated to a consentration camp, by the time all they die except for one, Otto Frank, Anne’s father. Otto Frank submitted Anne’s diary the first edition was called “The Back House.” This situation of the holocaust affect too much anne’s family and all the world because they were hided, they can’t get up because of the fear they had. If they found them they were be killed by the Nazis so they do their best and anne try to be optimism with the situation. For this reason they need to have a lot of patience in the story says that anne pasted some pictures in the wall to feel
She did everything a big sister would do to protect her younger siblings. Her father did the same as well to protect his family. They didn 't want anyone to be afraid. Through tough times like this, I guess the strongest do survive. I think the positive energy and encouragement got them through the Holocaust because so many people could not handle it and took it out on others or harmed themselves.
Lost Faith in Humanity The authors of Night, Elie Weisel, and Farewell to Manzanar, Jeanne Wakatsuki, both lost a lot of their faith in humanity, but because of certain experiences, it seems that Elie lost the most hope in the human race. Elie lost his mother, father, and sisters to the Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz. Whereas, Jeanne did not have to go through the death of any of her family due to the internment camp, so she was not as traumatized by her unfair treatment. Because of Elie’s loss of family members, he had lost more faith in humanity. Elie also saw more horrific things done to others by Nazis that he had questioned the kindness in all people.
Even when people were being arrogant she helped them anyway. She told them what they were saying was not nice and rude. When people turned over to the soldiers Elena still had faith that they were good. Elena is an amazing person with a unique passion to help someone no matter who they are. The book Between Shades of Grey changed me because it showed me to always stay true to yourself.
When asked why, he said, “I thought, here 's a book set during war. Everyone says war and death are best friends. Death is ever present during war, so here was the perfect choice to narrate The Book Thief", but Death in his novel, feels bored with his job. On page four Death talks about colors he sees. Every Time a person dies, when he comes to take them, he sees colors, a color that symbolizes every person.
Hilary throughout the beginning she struggles to see how Jewish people are no different in the end, but by Hilary’s first person view through Chana’s eyes Hilary she slowly realizes how the Jewish people are being tortured One connection I have to If I Should Die Before I Wake I can connect to Hilary in the beginning because Hilary starts crying for Chana’s dad when he is shot by the nazis. Hilary did not know why she was upset because there was no reason for her to be upset for some jewish girls father to die “‘My father died. They hung
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CASSIA AND HER GRANDFATHER For Cassia her grandfather is a very important person in her life. He has the same view on the society like Cassia has, he was a rebel because he breaks the rules with for example keeping poems with him. In addition to that he wants his son to destroy his tissue sample so nobody can bring him back to life against his will. Both of them have a great confidence to each other because her grandfather gives his granddaughter his compact with the poems in it. In addition to that the grandfather is the only person
World War II is a prime example of this paradox. Hitler and the Holocaust are considered to be horrific but at the same time the world came together and helped one another. World War II left its mark on the world forever changing it good and bad. The novel The Book Thief shows another example of humanity is a paradox. Death, the narrator, tells a story about a young girl living in Nazi Germany during World War II with Death often questioning how humans can be so cruel yet so kind at
Hans Hubermann helped him because Max’s father, Erik Vandenburg is the reason why Hans is still alive. He gave his life in order to save Hans from dying during the First World War. In order to give back, he helped Max hide from the Nazis. Hans is indeed has a brave soul because that time, a German hiding a Jewish person in his home is a mortal sin. It is the most hazardous thing to do.
Landau acknowledges here that he no longer can feel anything in regards to killing. He also stated “…there were moments when I came close to weakening. I would not have allowed it to show, no, that would have been out of the question with the character” . This illustrates that the commitment to murdering Jews constantly at one point did take a toll on him, but he did not want others to detect his weakness, thus ruining his reputation. Landau’s diary is considered to be a primary source since he is writing about his experiences as a Nazi officer; he was writing with raw honesty and sincerity.