What do you think is the reason what makes those Jews treat other humans so inhumanity? In the book Night by Elie Wiesel, the Nazis treat those Jews so badly in many ways. Therefore, the Jews lose their faith as they want to survive in the camp due to the bad situation in the camp, and they were treated as subhuman which means they don’t need to be civilized anymore. First of all, the Jews act so inhumanity with others because they wanted to survive in the camp. A father and a son both die because they are fighting for a piece of bread in order to survive.
Many of the men on the farm are racist so they have no compassion for Crooks. This lack of compassion has made Crooks very lonely and isolated. When Lennie visits Crooks, he is talking to Lennie about how he is always alone or lonely and says, “I was talkin’ about myself. A guy sets out here alone at night..” (71). He knows that he is discriminated against for his race and does not think it is fair.
Francine, Stan’s wife later takes advantage of the workers having them perform house chores so Francine can relax. Meanwhile, Stan notices a disruption in the production of the teddy bears, in which is caused by distractions. Stan proceeds to tell Paco to break up with Hayley so he can work harder. The actions of Stan’s caused Hayley to call the immigration services on Stan’s business creating an investigation. Suddenly the workers would move to a warehouse to finish the order, but all of a sudden are caught.
The Jungle exposed the way workers were treated in the meatpacking industry. It stated that they were exposed to filthy workplaces, in which the smell would be outrageous. They were forced to work through these smells for non-stop hours. In addition, the smell would come from the meat itself. The smell would bring in rodents, such as rats, into the factories.
Remarque describes the soldier’s struggles to keep their bread away from the rats that invest their living quarters (Remarque 102). The environment that the soldiers were forced to live in, was extremely uncomfortable, but also put them at risk for disease. Along with the disgusting living conditions, and life threatening injuries due to destructive explosions and gunfire, the soldier were endangered by WWI’s new use of mustard gas. Remarque explains the sheer panic that occurred when gas was detected. The soldiers alerted their fellow comrades of the gas, and then they had to quickly put their masks on and take cover in the shell hole.
Most of the people on the ranch treated Crooks unfairly just because he was black. In the story Of Mice and Men, George and Lennie arrived late to work at the ranch. In a conversation with another ranch hand he told them the boss was upset that they were late and he gave the stable buck hell too. When George questioned why he would give the stable buck hell, the ranch hand replied “Sure. Ya see the stable buck’s a nigger.” George then says “Nigger, huh?” The ranch hand replies “Yeah.
His name is growing, He’s getting more shows, and money is slowly piling. Grandma and son are still working and going to school not knowing that soon they will be buying a new home in another state. So the same day Monnie waits on his family to come home to tell them the good news. When they get their Monnie show them a paper of a house possibly being their new home, Grandma likes it but Clay isn't feeling it so well, I mean it looks cool to him but the fact that he would have to leave his friends to live there… he’s out, Clay
More than 400 jewish ghettos were established. The natzis belived they were not worthy to live there for they were isolated in these ghettos and the nazis believed because of the little food, illness and poor living conditions that they would summoned.
Since people wanted to eat so bad they became inhumane and fought each other for one little piece. Elie witnesses as an old man takes bread and gets strangled to death by his own son. "Meir, my little Meir! Don't you recognize m e … Y o u ' r e
Throughout Chris’s journey he made mistakes that cannot be replaced.As Jon Krakauer said in the beginning of Into the Wild Chris McCandless even went as far as to burn his money. He describes how McCandless took “A pathetic little stack of ones and fives and twenties and put a match to it,” (Krakauer 29). This quote tells that McCandless burned his money for absolutely no reason. It’s not right that he burned his money and throughout the trip he got food from other people because he couldn’t afford any food. Not only did Chris burn his money,but he was very ill prepare.
All they had was rotten potatoes, beans, and bread to eat every day. So there were no favorable or enjoyable food for them to eat, in fact, it was just so disgusting for them to eat that sometimes they would throw it up. And just to make it worse, Mr Van Daan was caught stealing bread just for himself. Pretty selfish of him, considering that they had little food to make due with in the first place Before that crisis, the families had to divide the food or rations up evenly by 8 people. Think about that, they have barely any food, but still had to divide the food up by 8 people?
If meat falls on the floor, they don 't through it away. Oh no, that would be wasting and they would be losing money. So they just ship dirty meat out for people to buy and eat. Meat plant workers are senseless. The meat packing plants are so unsanitary its just gross.
There were huge dump makeshift towns abundant with lost families; called “squatter camps” or “Hoovervilles of California”. There were countless wanderers, starving destitute families, desperate for any job to feed their own. These nomadic people were living in extreme property because their lands were destroyed and they lost everything , many small farm owners or business owners themselves, lost all that they owned and had no other choice, but to travel from place to place and try to find some source of income. Farm work wasn’t the easiest job to do, but for most it was all they knew. In addition, large industrialized farm corporations targeted such areas such as the Hoovervilles primarily because of how inexpensive their labor would cost them and how many desperate migrant farm laborers they could choose from.