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"All I had to do was wait two weeks"(Wiesel 81). For Wiesel he also makes one have an emotional impact because he tells us his story and everything was a horrible experience and he doesn’t want anyone to go through this again. Wiesel makes us feel what he felt in Auschwitz and what was going on, giving us details about his experience. All in all "To The Little Polish Boy Standing with His Arms Up" and Night by Elie Wiesel are trying to get readers to have an emotional
Uncertainty in death is constantly present throughout Elie’s time at the camps. After arriving at Birkenau, the Jews had to go through their first selection. Both Elie and his father were told to go to the left, however they “...did not yet know which was the better side, right or left; which road led to prison and which to the crematory” (Wiesel 30). In this particular situation, the only ones who knew which way was which were the Nazis and the victims that found out too late. So, death was a 50/50 for the victims who had not gone that far.
Wiesel is the author of the memoir Night, which mainly focuses on how Hitler’s power and hatred towards Jews make Eliezer and his family’s life miserable. Eliezer is only a teenager when he and his family are forced to leave their home, and they’re sent to various concentration camps where Eliezer has to fight hunger, diseases, and has to take care of his father. Going through various camps has a negative impact on Eliezer 's life, therefore at the end of the book, Eliezer’s father begins to experience Eliezer’s abnormal behavior towards him. In this memoir, Eliezer, his family, and millions of other Jews experience different types of dehumanization in the concentration camps during the World War II. The Nazis dehumanize their victims physically, mentally, and emotionally in the concentration camps.
Wiesel really opens our eyes by saying “How was it possible that men, women and children were being burned and the world kept silent?” (Wiesel 32). This use of the rhetorical question gets the reader thinking about all the terror and everyday unhuman lifestyle the Jews were living. Also, the reader thinks for a second, why didn’t the world do anything, even though it was known what was going on. To wrap up, the usage of repetition and rhetorical questions really enhance the way the reader takes in the horrible time of the Holocaust. Dave Pelzer, the author of A Man named Dave, uses pathos and flashbacks to show the reader how rough his life was and is.
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The Diary of Anne Frank is a biographical and historical nonfiction that takes place between 1940 through 1945 mostly in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The story follows the life of Anne Frank, a teenage Jewish girl living during the Holocaust and Nazi regime. Jews during this time were slowly being stripped of their rights. It was acceptable to discriminate against Jews. Then they were not allowed to use any transportation, given curfews, allowed to run business along with many other restrictions all put into actions by the Nuremberg laws.
“Have you ever wondered what a human life is worth? That morning, my brothers was worth a pocket watch.” This quote from Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys was the beginning of a changing moment in my life. I never knew that at the age of 15 a book would change my life so much. Between Shades of Gray followed the story of a young Lithuanian girl and her family being ripped away from their home and being forced into a concentration camp in Siberia by the Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Up until that point of my life the only genocide we had ever been taught was the Holocaust which specifically targeted Jewish families at the hands of Adolf Hitler.
He had beard witness and he thought it was his obligation to speak for the few left living, and the millions dead. By writing books and speaking publicly, Wiesel expresses the dreadful experiences Jews went through. He questions God, and how He could let the Holocaust occur, and
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He was put into labor camps at a young age and was torn from his family. Like any other jew he was trapped in a ghetto, transported to a camp, and evaluated in the selection. He has gone through every painful event in the holocaust and the most painful event was knowing how his father died and that his father death brought him joy not sorrow. The Holocaust is an important because it shapes who he is. Wiesel wouldn 't have become a fighter for peace if he wouldn 't have experienced all the terrible thing his own kind did to him, the beatings, the hunger and the pain.