The Holocaust built a wall between them that was hard to climb. Artie makes an attempt to overcome the wall between him and his father by writing the comic Maus about his father’s life in hopes to grow closer to him and understand him better, yet he struggles in looking past his father’s picky habits and hypocritical attitude. Artie’s father, Valdek, as he knew him growing up was stingy. He was stingy with money, food, matches, and even toothpicks. All the food on his plate had to be eaten, or it would be served to him the next night and the night after that until it was gone.
The town of Sighet found him to be crazy and ignored his warning. The town’s people didn’t think Hitler would kill off Jews. A couple of year’s passes by, the town of Sighet finds itself now under control by Nazi Germ... ... middle of paper ... ...only of food. Couple of days past the American army was approaching; the Nazis decided to kill all the Jews left in the camp. Daily, thousands of Jews are shot.
Wiesel focuses on the different aspects of the existence during the atrocity in his corresponding works Night. For instance, many atrocities were committed in and around the city; most of them were against the civilians. Germans saw a lot of innocent Jews being humiliated and sent off to die in the concentration camps during World War II. However, they did nothing due to the deep hatred they had for the Jews. This just proves the atrocities being committed and some of these violent acts included burning, shooting, and decapitation.
In conclusion, Night by Elie Wiesel has many noticeable conflicts which include man vs man, man vs self, and man vs nature. These conflicts help with seeing the struggle Wiesel went through as well as other Jewish people during the Holocaust. Now, after reading this essay, if you have yet to read Night, would you read it to see the horrors Wiesel
This new behavior lead him to develop new character traits. While Ellie was in the concentration camp he became angry at many things, for example “I would have dug my nails into the criminals flesh” (Wisel 39). Elie shows extreme anger when the Nazi officials are beating Elie’s father. Elie was angry because the Nazi soldiers were not treating them nicely and putting them in poor conditions. Elie is usually not a person for anger but he shows this when his family members are being hurt.
Wiesel subconsciously uses the theme of witnesses in his book Night, which demonstrates the daily struggles and harsh environment experienced by those who were trapped at the camps. Although the book only accounts for one person’s experience, all of the others who suffered are in a way intertwined. Although on the broad spectrum millions have been affected by the holocaust, Elizer’s narration accounts for each of them, showing they had their own story, their own life they left behind, their own conflicts, both internally and with the Nazis. Night, by Elie Wiesel encompasses the will to survive, the witnessing of historical events, the personal accounts of those affected, and remembrance of the holocaust.
The strike and angry mob that occurs in the novel is disastrous for Nicholas Higgins and he is unable to get his job back, instead of giving up he tries everything he can for a different job. Higgins believes that he is “sick o’ Milton” and “Milton is sick o’ [him]” when he is unable to find another job and is also looking after John Bouchers eight children. (Gaskell 306) In the beginning, Nicholas Higgins doesn’t have much respect for the factory owners but his respect for the master’s changes through his eventual friendship with John Thornton. Nicholas Higgins’s friendship with John Thornton led him to work “over-hours [one] night, unknown to anyone, to get a neglected piece of work done” because of the problems Thornton was going through (Gaskell 421).
During World War II and the Holocaust, there was not only mistrust for the government but there was also plenty of mistrust for prior friends and neighbors. In the graphic novel, “Maus (Volume I and II) Vladek Spiegelman makes it very clear to his son, Artie, that one cannot count on their friends. He makes the point that in time of hardship, friends will abandon you quite quickly. Vladek says, “Friends? Your friends…if you lock them together in a room with no food for a week…then you could see what it is, friends!
After eight years of being over worked and beaten Iqbal ran away from his master, to the police, after learning child labour was illegal, Iqbal went back to his owner’s factory with police reinforcements. Iqbal was astounded when he saw his master bribing the police. Iqbal expressed to Francesco D'Adamo how he felt his stomach tighten and how fear took over his body because he knew he would be in trouble with his master. Iqbal was punished severally for his escape attempt but this only motivated him more. He escaped once more and this time he knew he had to make it count.
People who are sexually obsessed make him mad. In the story you’ll know ... ... middle of paper ... ...about what they’ve done. But they are very pissed of the fact that there was so little money in the house ( they only got 40 $ ). They decide to go to Mexico to flee and hide for the police, who are starting an investigation on the Clutter murder case. The whole city of Holcomb is shocked by the killing of the loved family and everybody is scared.