First off, in the allegory Terrible Things, by Eve Bunting she uses a forest full of animals to represent the horrific events that went on during the Holocaust. She used animals in a forest to represent the Holocaust because she wanted to show what was happening during that time, but also keep the reader interested. In this text, Bunting also wanted her audience to learn a lesson through this allegory so that the readers could learn how bad it really was during the Holocaust and to make sure history doesn 't repeat itself. In the text it states, “We don’t have feathers, the frogs said. Nor we, said the squirrels.
The article “Terrible Things, by Eve Bunting” is an allegory about the Holocaust and how no one did anything, and people ended up suffering. In the video “ Child of the Holocaust is about this man named Fred Gross who was three years old when Hitler started taking over his town. He talks about how there were so many good men that could have done something but they didn’t. The Holocaust happened in world war 2 and it was ran by Adolf Hitler a Nazi/ German. The Holocaust killed more that 18 million people in all.
All of this writing is facts that the Holocaust happened as well as these people’s true feelings. Literature can help us remember and honor the victims of the Holocaust by seeing the different points of view, reading the evidence, and studying the forever recorded history. All ages were living during the Holocaust, including all different minds with different points of view. From babies to elders living in 1933 to 1945 you could have fought in WWl and WWll along with maybe being alive today or have just passed away. All these people have different minds, goals, and yes teens knew what was going on but they still had dreams.
Hansel and Gretel were deserted by their father, after he remarried, in the forest because it was either them or their stepmother. The children, later on, met a woman but then appeared to be the wicked witch and there goes the other moral of the story, which is to never trust strangers. There are different morals to the stories that show us what to do and what not to do, for example: don’t go into the forested areas, don’t take confection from strangers, and don’t climb into the broiler. Through this fairy tale, the Grimm Brothers shed light on the severity of child abandonment and cannibalism. The distinctive stories give us stereotypes of good and bad and in addition taking the lessons from Hansel and Gretel.
The theme of man’s inhumanity to man is conveyed in Night through the Nazi’s horrendous treatment towards the Jews. The greatest and most terrifying enemy in the novel was not the crematories, weapons, or the concentration camps, but the people behind them all. It is painful to believe that Hitler and his followers could have so much hatred for an innocent group of people. Not only were the Jews normal residents, they were fellow neighbors and figures in society. The Holocaust is an excellent example of the epic battle of man versus man, where the Jews are forced to face the Nazis and the other Jews fighting for survival.
How can someone live like this? Did anyone have the idea of escaping? If I was in that position, I would have tried escaping, meaning I could have died? It’s horrifying! Especially if you want to become a mother and having your child torn away from you.
In Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge is molded into an exceptional person by three spirits of Christmas. Though they all contributed to Scrooge’s change of heart, the Spirit of Christmas Yet to Come influenced him the most. This ghost, though he couldn’t speak, led Scrooge down a brighter path by forcing him to witness a few depressing events. The aftermath of adorable Tiny Tim’s demise, Scrooge’s own deathbed and grave, and the fact that no one could’ve cared less that he was gone. Firstly, Scrooge was impacted by the death of poor Tiny Tim Cratchit.
I think more people should know what went on in these camps and how the victims had to fight for their lives to survive. And yet two out of three Jews were killed during the holocaust, many of them didn’t get to see their family or friends after the
In the play, A Christmas Carol, By Charles Dickens, Ebenezer Scrooge helped and served others by improving his community and himself. Scrooge helped not only is friends but the community as well, by having a better attitude towards life, donating his gains, and using kind words. To begin, Scrooge realized we all have a duty to protect and care for eachother. Scrooge used to be a terrible cold-hearted man, but that all changed when he saw the choices of his actions. When Scrooge realized this he became helpful and nice.
Kurt Vonnegut also uses the bombing of dresden as to strengthen his anti-war novel. As the killing of innocent people in the Bombing of dresden made Kurt Vonnegut really upset giving him a strongly negatively opinion against war .The alternative title The Children Crusade means that soldiers in the warfare, are"children" implying that they are inexperienced and innocent. Vonnegut has chosen the word "children" as children have no duty in the war thus the war should not be occurring and reoccurring. The theme warfare is prevalent throughout the story, as it is emphasize heavily through Billy Pilgrim experience. Vonnegut terrible war experience inspires him to write a story on the depth of war.