Miss Sasaki's Hiroshima

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Trust, experiences, and helping each other, are all ways that people can generate hope and gain knowledge from the past. The novel “Hiroshima” shows us that when people come together, then they are stronger, and we can learn from survivors like Miss Sasaki. We can learn from our past to grow our community with hope by helping each other. For example, in “Hiroshima”, the first responders and doctors helped Miss Sasaki get out from underneath the building. “Much later, several men came and dragged Miss Sasaki out.” (Hersey 32+33). They chose to help her because they thought that she could be rescued, and they had hoped that she will be able to recover. They also did it because they wanted to try to save as many people as possible. This shows
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