Prisoner B-3087 was an intense story about a ten-year old boys will to survive during World War Ⅱ. Throughout the story we are brought through ghettos, concentration camps, death marches, and work camps that are all made up with the intention of wiping out the population of Jews. Each place he ends up is worse than the last they have less food, stricter staff, and harder work. The only way to survive is to work and be invisible because if you stand out you are a threat and you will be killed. Yanek, the ten-year old boy who tells this story is surrounded by death. His entire family is wiped out by the Nazis, but he must survive, he will not let them take his life. He succeeds with much determination and follows his dreams to america where
People all over the world have been asking themselves if it is right for their country to let in refugees from Syria. It is a question everybody fears from answering because of the consequences it may take. Several states in America have denied the entry because of security reasons and the over population. Even if there are several countries still refusing Syrians there are a few who are accepting them. Looking at some articles, I’ve seen differential opinions and one must read and understand why Syria refugees need a chance to be rescued from all the chaos and horror they’ve been through.
Writing is a skill that takes time to develop. Knowing your strengths and weaknesses is very important. Being aware of your strengths can help you stand out, and your weaknesses show you areas where improvement is needed. Like everybody I have weaknesses as well as strengths, and being conscious of them helped me improve my writing skills.
As a recent high school graduate I may seem to have many more weaknesses than strengths. But, when brainstorming for ideas to write about I noticed that I had many more strengths than weaknesses, the complete opposite. My strengths allow me to stand out and allow my audience to experience my writing in a positive way. I am very persuasive and can demonstrate to others the way I believe and how I feel about a topic so they can recognize the way I view a certain topic. By being persuasive it is important to show ones opinions and
Intro: This book is about a Jewish boy named Yanek. This gives an inside look of what happened to Jewish people in the 1940s. He had a very hard life in the 6 year time duration he spent in the ghetto and concentration camps.
This novel I would recommend to any person who just doesn't really like to read a plain simple book, the book is a comic based on a true story during the holocaust and it's amazing. The comic lines are creative for some how it was made in mice instead of humans and it show a symbol of how Jew's where less than the Germans who were cats and just a whole different perspective and it's
Is punishing and killing inmates the best way to reduce crimes? Stephen Chapman’s “The Prisoner’s Dilemma” and Piers Hernu’s “Norway’s Ideal Prison” from the anthology One World, Many Cultures will show two very different prison conventions. Bastoy is one of Norway’s experimental “Ecological Prison”. Most prisoners who were imprisoned in Bastoy noticed compared to other prisons they have served in that Bastoy is the best. In Islam, committing a crime normally results with severe punishments. For example, if someone were to have unlawful sex, their punishment according to the Koranic law, would be stoning or a severe whipping. The two stories that will be compared is Stephen Chapman’s “The Prisoner’s Dilemma” and Piers Hernu’s “Norway’s
Adam Benforado Author of “Flawed Humans, Flawed Justice”, and Denis J Madden author of “Prison addiction: Why mass incarceration policies must change”, bother had good sides.
The first book that I chose to read this summer was Night by Elie Wiesel. This self-biography is about Wiesel’s devastating experiences and memories of the Holocaust. Originally from Sighet, a little town in Transylvania, Wiesel was thirteen when the events caused by the nazis began to reach his town: destructions of synagogues, being forced to wear the Star of David on all of his clothing, being shunned by the non- Jews in his town, etc. By the time he was fifteen, Wiesel and his family were forced on to trains leading them to their lethal fates, the concentration camps. He was separated from his mother and sister, leaving him with only his father; soon they were sent to Auschwitz. The nazis continuously deprived Wiesel and the rest of the
“The Boy In the Striped Pyjamas” by John Boyne gives an insight to the holocaust and the rule of Nazi Germany in WW2, Boyne’s novel demonstrates Friendship through protagonist Bruno. Boyne writes about the an inhumane period, even if his book is a fable it still is based on the hardship that the jewish people suffered during this dark time. Throughout the Novel Bruno’s perspective on Friendship changes, he realises that you shouldn’t judge a friend by there appearance. The characters show intricate acts of friendship for life, friendship between young and old. Mateship between four “best friends for life” (karl, Daniel, Martin and Bruno) and the protagonist, Bruno, “crossing the fence” by entering an concentration and extermination camp for his jewish friend, Shmuel. The book is set on the German Polish border in about the year 1942 in the middle of Nazi Germany.
Prisoner B-3087 is about a boy named Jack Gruener. He lived in Krakow, Poland. Jack was ten when the nazis invaded his home town, and made his neighborhood into a ghetto. While he was was in the ghetto the nazis raided the apartments in the ghetto for valuables. Those who gave nothing were killed, or sent of to concentration camps. Jack and his family survived by live on the roof of their apartment in a pigeon coop. Jack saw his family deported and was alone in the pigeon coop for a while.
this old form of punishment. These tactics were used in the past, and then were eventually regarded as being cruel and inhumane. Somehow, the idea of solitary confinement has returned and is respected among many people. I believe that there are some people who do need to be put in solitary confinement and some who shouldn’t have to go through that psychological pain. The movie did shine some perspective on to me, as i had not nearly any clue as to what really went down behind those walls.
I believe reading is the key to finding success, whether it's work or play. I found several resources to improve on my weakness while enhancing my strengths. The four resources are Celebration of Discipline, Tools for Teams: Building Effective Teams in the Workplace, Bridges Not Walls: A book about Interpersonal Communication, and The 21 Irrefutable Laws Of Leadership Follow Them And People Will Follow You. It has been said that it takes twenty-eight days to develop a habit, I have decided to pace my self a month for developing each new technique I have researched and determined that these three resources can help find the growth I am looking for.
A person's strength was always his weakness. When it comes to reading and writing, I have many strengths and weaknesses. My past writing and reading experiences have made me into the writer/reader that I today. Strengths help me excel in my read/write, but the weaknesses do bring me in a stump at times. When writing an essay, you can have a very high vocabulary, but not have the best of grammar. The good thing about weaknesses is that they can be worked on to be made into a strength. Many people achieve this by setting goals and making the new one harder and harder. Without strengths or weaknesses or even goals, how would people learn from their mistakes, becoming better at what they're not or achieve their aims.
This written task links to Part 4: Critical study. In Part 4, we examined the different poems and novels and how it is created meaning. When I read the poem of torture, I think of the Taliban. This is because the entire poem kindly reflects on the society in Middle East. Torture is a poem written by Margarate Atwood. She is famous for her anti-discrimination. This poem mainly reflects on the society of Taliban who oppressed against women. Women cannot speak, talk, educate or drive without any permission. If they break this rule, Taliban will kill the rebellion. Sometimes when women get killed, no one even knows what happens. This situation is against law of human being and thus needs some modification. Therefore, I, as one of the women suffers