All About the Nuremberg Laws Over 6 million Jews were killed and the Nuremberg Laws was one of the many reasons. The Nuremberg Laws were against the Jews. The laws discriminated and tried to remove them all. The Nuremberg Laws were a big part in the holocaust and one of the main reasons for millions of people losing their lives. The Nazi’s passed the Nuremberg Laws in order to dehumanize and terrorize the Jewish people.
But Tom Robinson was seen as “guilty” (Lee 211). Scout was a bit surprised but Jem was astonished that Tom lost the trial and would have to be executed. That trial really changed Jem and how he sees people. This novel is popular is because how people viewed black people back then compared to now, and this book teaches good life lessons. The audience can go through Jem and Scout’s life and see them grow
After Daisy kills Tom’s mistress, Tom blames it on Gatsby. Gatsby ends up being killed by the mistress’s husband and then Tom and Daisy run away, leaving the mess behind them. “They were careless people… they smashed up things and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness… and let other people clean up the mess they had made” (187-188). Here, it is showing how the rich do not care about their mistakes. They expect others to clean up their own mess like their maids and butlers.
Yet, if I chose to let them know about my preferences in such situations, I believe they would do their best to understand but I still believe they would never agree to let me die in any kind of situations. Overall, I really enjoyed reading these sections of the Ghost Boy, and it really made me think how vulnerable but amazing our body and mind is. It made me think of how we live day by day, sometimes ignoring what is around us and keeping ourselves busy. Sometimes complaining about insignificant things while there are people suffering more than us. Instead, “treat everyone with kindness, dignity, compassion, and respect whether or not you think they understand or not - never under estimate the power of the mind…” Martin
As we are educated about the Holocaust, one usually focuses on how the Jewish were brutally treated and murdered. They were put through hell for their religion and were blamed for endless things. Since we’re continously learning
Seuss ended up surprising him because he actually pulled it off. He used simple words like; “a, am, and, anywhere, are, be, boat, box, car, could, dark, do, eat, eggs, fox, goat, good, green, ham, here, and house” to complete the book. ("Mental Floss"). Seuss had many useful quotes, But the one that was his favorite was, ”Today you are you! That is truer than true!
Although this book says it 's about the Holocaust it doesn’t accurately show the tragedies that happened to so many people. This book uses made up words to show how naive Bruno is and could be seen as very disrespectful to everyone who was affected by this. This book is very watered down and if any survivor read this they would be disappointed that people are reading this and thinking that this is what actually happened during the Holocaust. John Boynes’, The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, is a great fable book, but I personally think it does not work as a teaching
He was being treated unfairly and the boys picked on him but he endured it as much as he could. He complained about how he was being treated while holding the conch, but if the boys treated Jack the way they treated Piggy, he would have gotten physical about it. Conjointly, before Simon's murder takes place, everyone feast on the pig that Jack and his hunters killed. After they ate things started to get intense between Ralph and Jack. Fortunately, Piggy was there to stop it.
Now the final main point is why he wrote his books the why he did. Well when he was a truck driver he would spend time reading to children at the blind school. But he did not like the way children’s literature was like, he thought it needed more so he wrote the stories. In his books he has a very descriptive
I had been homeschooled my entire school career, but after a lot of failing tests and crying, my mom decided it would be best if I tried public school. I was not into the idea at all. I thought that those public school kids would destroy me, they knew so much more than I did, (Not true) and had so much more social experience (Also not true). I had been going to church activities for my entire life, and my parents made it a point to sign me up for weekend painting camps, and classes at the rec center. Yet it was nothing compared to the 6+ hours these kids have been at school every day.
What do the names Scout, Jem, Atticus, Dill, and Boo Radley all have in common? Each is the name of an important character in the classic book “To Kill A Mockingbird.” Many believe this book is no longer relevant in today’s society and have considered taking it out of school education. “To Kill A Mockingbird” is still a relevant book in our society today because it serves as a reminder of the struggles our society has endured in the past and how these issues have changed today. The father of both Scout and Jem Finch is a very smart man that can teach a lot of lessons to parents nowadays about raising children. For example, “Atticus Finch can inspire us to be better people and better parents and the story shows that it is not impossible to raise your kids to be respectful and humble people.