Never Shall I Forget, By Elie Wiesel And The Little Polish Boy

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Holocaust Essay
In Germany and Eastern Europe the holocaust was started by Adolf Hitler because he hated the Jews because he thought they caused the Great Depression. Also in Night by Elie Wiesel he has seen hundreds of innocent people die before his eyes. During the holocaust so many Jews died under Nazi rule in Germany because the Nazi's did not like them they thought they were bad people and so they killed lots of Jews. Many people died because they were Jews and the Nazi's hated them because they were different from the other people. The texts that will be explained in this essay is "Never Shall I Forget" by Elie Wiesel and "The Little Polish Boy" by Peter Fischl. These two texts explain what it was like to be a Jew in captivity for many
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There were bodies of children thrown into the crematorium. He explains, "never Shall I Forget the faces of the children..." (Wiesel, 3). He uses repetition by telling his readers to not forget the memory of the children that were killed in the crematorium. He never wanted to forget the memory of the children that were thrown into the crematorium because he felt hurt when he saw the little kids die. He repeats "Never Shall I Forget" because he will never forget the horrifying memories. I like it because of the sadness that's in his tone. I would recommend this to all my friends who like poetry because some of my friends read …show more content…
Wiesel explains "Never Shall I Forget the small faces of the children whose bodies I saw transformed into smoke under a silent sky" (Wiesel, 3). This quote shows, that Wiesel will never forget the innocent people who were killed. Another comparison is when in the poem "To the Little Polish Boy" discusses a kid who is held at gunpoint because he was a Jew. He explains, "Standing in the ghetto with your arms up As many Nazi machine guns point at you" (Fischl, 7-8) This example shows, that Fischl has seen a little boy held at gunpoint by Nazi's. So therefore both poems explain that many people were taken away from their

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