First They Came For The Communists Analysis

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Martin Niemoller’s First they Came for the Communists, Eve Bunting’s Terrible things and Elie Wiesel’s Night are three stories that share a similar theme. Being a bystander will cause a negative effect that will reflect back on to you. In Eve Bunting’s Terrible things, The rabbits chose not to stand up for the other animals being taken away by the terrible things, but chose to be unsympathetic and talk badly about them. “Those squirrels were greedy, Big Rabbit said. Always storing away things for themselves. Never sharing.” (Eve 2). In Niemoller’s First they Came for the Communists, The main character did not speak up for anyone that was taken away, which led to there being nobody to speak up for him. “Then they came for the Jews, and I did

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