Hope is something that a person loses really fast and hard to get it back. In the similar way in the both movie and novel there was hope between people and they kept their hope until the end. In Night there was a hope in people that one day they will be set free and go back to their normal life style. Another way Elie showed hope was when they were moving from camps to camps they had a hope that each camp would be better than the previous one. While they are moving from camps to camps they will have selection to know who all are still healthy and capable of doing work.
Jim separates from the group and struggles to survive until he walks back to the old Internment Camp. There, food is dropped from the sky, Jim sees Basie again, and US soldiers bring Jim to an orphanage for children ... ... middle of paper ... ...ay, such as during the viewing of the kamikaze ritual. In the end when Jim and his mother finally reunite, not a word is said. This kind of ending is very vague and unsatisfying, yet really reveals all the horrors and struggles that Jim has been through. The past couple of years have made him forget what his parents even looked like and the exhausted boy seems to age right before our eyes with that simple interaction.
With skillful manipulation and preplanned incidences Guido shows his interest in the beautiful Dora and makes it known that he is about to replace the haughty man in her life. She soon comes to fall in love with him and on the day of her engagement party they elope together leaving her mother and fiancé humiliated. This act of the film allows Benigni to demonstrate his comical character in abundance. Amidst all the comedy the audience becomes unaware of whatever ordeal they are about to witness. Five years pass, Guido and Dora get married and are doting parents to a five-year-old Joshua.
When driven by emotions and given a purpose one can survive even in the worst of conditions. Elie and his father both experience change throughout the course of the book. Elie mentions early on that his father is rather unsentimental and never displays emotion, even at home. It is not until Elie's father returns home from a meeting with news of the Germans planning to deport the Jews living in Sighet, that emotion was present in ... ... middle of paper ... ...time. A few days later Elie wakes up to find that his father had been taken to the crematory, but Elie does not cry, he had no tears left.
As stated in a source of material for the Youth Leaders, “People differ therefore in more than their physical characteristics… their inner relationships must therefore be studied. Then we will clearly recognize the vast difference between those of German blood and the Jews…We then understand human inequality.” (Bytwerk). Their avid belief in social Darwinism, r... ... middle of paper ... ...nion. Everything was regulated, controlled, and closely monitored. Nazi propaganda influenced the masses in ways that were cynically genius.
Upon their arrival, Eliezer and his father are separated from his mother and sisters, which they never see again. Eliezer and his father seem to pass the evaluation whether they should be killed or put to work, but before they are brought to the prisoners’ barracks, they stumble upon the a pit where the Nazis are burning babies. The Jewish arrivals are stripped, shaved and treated with cruelty. Later the Nazis took them from Birkenau to the main concentration camp, Auschwitz. They got to Buna, a work camp, where Eliezer is put to work in an -electrical-fittings factory.
During his time in the city, Guido runs into Dora a number of times, some on accident and others on purpose, and never wastes an opportunity to impress and woo her. Eventually, after liberating her from her own engagement party to another man, Guido marries Dora. The birth of their son Joshua and five years go by. WWII starts and the Germans take many Jews to concentration camps. On the night of Joshua’s fifth birthday German soldiers come and take Guido, his uncle and Joshua off to a concentration camp.
In Eliezer Wiesel’s novel “Night”, it depicts the life of a father and son going through the concentration camp of World War II. Both Eliezer and his father are taken from their home, where they would experience inhuman and harsh conditions in the camps. The harsh conditions cause Eliezer and his father’s relationship to change. During their time in the camps, Eliezer Wiesel and his father experience a reversal of their roles. Upon entering the concentration camps, Eliezer and his father demonstrate a normal father and son relationship.
Dick marries his own phycology patient primarily because of her youth and wealth. He marries a young girl Nicole and basically becomes her father and lover. Later in the story he meets Rosemary who is a very young girl and Dick seems to become very infatuated with her. Fitzgerald is telling the reader that no matter what; a material thing cannot cause true love.
Robert grows up feeling this constant sense of predestination, with his whole life planned out before his eyes only making him feel even more the urge to break free and live free. Robert's father becomes ill with a lung disease, and does all he can to help his son be ready to be the head of their household. Haven develops a cough, and eventually has to start sleeping out in the barn with the animals since it is warmer there, and he is worried about his wife becoming ill aswell. After a few years of preparation and rigorous teaching, Haven does not wake up one morning out in the barn. Robert does his best to be a man, and to make sure to keep his immature feelings concealed.