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Brihanna Tavares The author uses techniques such as using words as symbols, repeating words and admitting the failure of words to show the tragedy of the holocaust. look further into history, unfortunately it still one of the most tragic incidents to take place in the book. About 70 years ago 6 million Jews where unrooted from their homes, separated from their families and thrown into the worst conditions. They were forced to dig their own graves, fight their own people and still tried to keep the thought of hope that help would soon be among them. Only the lucky ones were killed before hand lined up in dirt awaiting their murder. Others were set in captivity trying to push through almost impossible obstacles. During these times a famous author “Elie Wiesel” also known as a holocaust survivor, wrote a book about his experience during the holocaust in this book he goes in depth about the choices he had to make, the things he encountered, and how he had survived. The author uses techniques uses words as symbols to show the tragedy of the holocaust. Adolf Hitler was a German politician who had an undying hate for Jewish people. He later rose to power during world
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  • Fall '18
  • Mr. Ryan
  • The Holocaust, Auschwitz concentration camp

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