##torical Analysis Of Elie Wiesel's The Perils Of Indifference

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The author, Elie Wiesel in his powerful speech, The Perils of Indifference, claims that Indifference has so much violence and danger. He shows how there is so much Indifference in the world. Wiesel develops his message through the use of allusion on his speech. Specifically, In paragraph 9, he states, “the most tragic of all prisoners were the “Muselmann,” as they were called.. They no longer felt pain, hunger, thirst…” Wiesel is trying to describe the pain that he has been through and if people were aware of the Holocaust sooner, than not millions of people would have died from the tragic event which is the Holocaust. Additionally, the use of imagery in the speech helps audience imagine the tragic things that has happened to the world. In…show more content…
People have to prevent it by taking action to end it. In fact, to this day, situations like this still occurs. In Sudan, over millions civilians are been displaced in their homes due by the violence in their location. The president, Omar al- Bashir wanted to start genocide in his country. The Abyei, South Kordofan, and Blue Nile are the spaces between Sudan and South Sudan that are having conflicts. Additionally, the region of Darfur which is located in Sudan were ignored. In 2003, genocidal campaign begun which resulted 300,000 and displacement of over three millions darfuris. However, after the agreement with the sudanese government, there is still no progress and violence continues. Additionally, in Abyei, Blue Nile, and South Kordofan, were forced to be displaced because of the fight between South Sudan and Sudan. According to the “International Response to the Darfur Genocide,” Governments around the world the world began to take actions to stop the disaster. Activities and peacemakers joined together to try to end the conflict in Sudan. Going back to Wiesel’s speech “The Perils of Indifference”, he states, “so much violence, so much indifference.” Like the genocide in Sudan, Holocaust is the second genocide occurred in the world back in 1930’s. Wiesel as one of the people who got tortured in the Holocaust. He explains the traumatizing things he had experienced and like in Sudan, so many people in Holocaust have died because they did not get

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