Even if they died tragically, the violins still provide their culture. Yet, others may argue that the violins did not help the Jewish culture but hurt the Jewish culture. They may say this due to the fact that the prisoners played classicals on their violins to calm the Jews, making it easier to kill them. This is very wrong because the violins helped the Jewish culture survive and didn’t hurt it. The violin almost serves as a symbol for redemption because it is representing the Jewish culture.
Patria was the only one spared, besides Dedé, who never joined her sisters in the revolution. (Wasn’t that a wise choice?) Before arresting Patria’s husband and son, the secret police ravage their home, tearing apart everything they own and burning the remains. This is one example of the evil tactics the secret police used in order to spread fear and prevent the Dominicans from rebelling. After witnessing the life she built being burned to the ground and her husband and only son snatched away from her, Patria collapses, crying, tearing up the grass at her feet, and wailing up to the heavens in grief.
With this strong of an addiction from both her parents, adequate food was also a problem that impacted Liz’s life. Her parents never had enough money to buy food for their kids. It’s not that her parents didn’t love Liz and her sister but addiction was so strong that any money they had was spent on drugs. Most days the girls ate eggs
Hospitals were understaffed, the staff was over worked and living conditions were substandard. In all of the horror and sadness of the war, Vera learned the most important lesson while working as a V.A.D., “These shattered, dying boys (Huns) and I were paying alike for a situation that none of us had desired or done anything to bring about.” Vera understood that everyone was a pawn in the war. She suffered great loss with the death of Roland, Edward and two dear friends in the First World
Marjane parents both choose that Iran was not the place for their daughter. She was headstrong, outspoken, and independent. However, the behavior she has got her expelled so her mom and dad was afraid something worse would happen. They shipped Marjane to Vienna where she ended up in a boarding house that was run by some nuns.
In the book, the surrogate humanoid was originally developed to help disabled people, but the popularity caused the majority of the population to buy in. The inventor resented the fact that so many people
The loneliness of Anne Frank during the holocaust era has affected her from isolation and loneliness throughout her childhood. Anne Frank’s life affected the whole world and changed everyone’s view of how life was like during one of the world 's worst time in human era. Anne Frank exemplified a major theme in one of John steinbeck 's novel, “Of Mice and Men”, which shows the character 's weakness but also shows their greatest achievements during America’s worst economic disasters. This book shows readers that Candy, Crooks, Curley, George and Lennie all have dreams but also show isolation from themselves and each other. There is one character who shows this theme, Candy.
Terrible things happen to good people, but, “In spite of everything I still believe people are really good at heart.” In the play The diary of Anne frank ends with the statement “In spite of everything I still believe people are really good at heart.” Which, Everyone followed Adolf Hitler 's theory that Jews were the reason they lost the World war 2. From 1941 to 1945, Jews were systematically murdered in the deadliest killings in US history. Under the coordination of Adolf Hitler, with directions from the highest leadership of the Nazi party, every person of Germany 's army was involved in the logistics and the carrying out the mass murder.
In the Southern gothic tale written by William Faulkner, A Rose for Emily talks about a girl who is closed off from society due to an overpowering father. Emily’s father earns the role of antagonist because of the way he negatively affected Emily growing up and leaving her a dead flower. He drove away potential suitors for Emily which indicates the level of control he had not just on her, but on her love life. Her father did not let Emily make natural connections with the outside world, causing her psychological damage. Leading her to revert to a childlike nature and live in a life of reclusion, even after his death.
My grandpa Beto! My grandpa Beto, I called him Papanino or Pa, has profoundly affected my life by the unremarkable way to overcome his trails in life with an immense smile even though his father got kill during the revolution war in Mexico, consequently all they owned was taking away, his mother widower had no rights to the land, horses, and other animals they once owned, since back then the women ’s had no civil rights once the husband was decease ,therefore, my great-grandmother suffer deeply seeing his 9 children homeless therefore, my grandfather Beto started to work to support his mother, as a result of this big act of love for his siblings was not able to go to school, despite the fact that he did not learned how to write or read he was the smartest human being in the world.
But a sudden halt came upon Centralia 's coal mine business and all of the other 50 states in the United States this was because World War one was rising up. Wifes and daughters had to give up their husbands, sons and brothers so they can fight for the life’s of the citizens of the United States of America. With brothers, Sons and Husbands fighting for freedom the coal mines shut down and millions lost their jobs. For this very reason residents living in Centralia Pennsylvania had forgotten all about the coal mine all together and went on with their lives. With people not being educated about the town’s history and science behind coal and hazards that fall with it.
Thought the play, Abigail Williams is a round character. She shows little sympathy toward all of the lives she destroyed. Now, John Proctors children will have to live without their father for the rest of their lives. He dies for a crime he did not commit. Hypocrisy is in today 's society as well.
Which character is most affected by war, and how? “No matter how many times she was told she was loved, there was no recognition that the proof was in the abandonment.” (32) The Book Thief by Markus Zusak discusses mainly the power of words, and war in Nazi Germany and how a girl grows up in pain, love, and misery through that period of her life. To begin with, Paula, Liesel’s mother gave her and her brother Werner to foster parents, Liesel’s parents were communists so they took her father away, hence, even though she didn’t know why, her mother had to give them over to Rosa and Hans Hubermann, but just before getting there, death took Werner away. And maybe that’s when pain begins for Liesel, as much as readers know.
Mayella’s father named Mr.Ewell is not received by the time Atticus attitude in court, despite the problems it has ended with the death of Tom, still do not receive even avenge secretly to Atticus, even his family, Judge Taylor, and Tom 's wife. Mr.Ewell ever spit on Atticus’s face and made Scout and Jem must restrain their anger. All of these problems end with death Mr.Ewell. He fell and impaled by a knife clutched himself to kill Jem and Scout. When it jem injured, still in his costume Scout survived a puncture in the dark.
The power of words in “The Book Thief” and the endless strength they carry is a prime topic throughout the book. “The Book Thief”, a novel narrated by Death about Liesel, a young German girl who is given up for adoption to live with the Hubermann’s shortly before World War II. Liesel discovers the power that words, written or spoken, have to transform people, relationships, and lives. In the novel, Mark Zusak uses the relationship between characters to signify the power of words. Within “The Book Thief” the author suggests that words hold much power and have a major role in crafting the relationships between the characters.