The main character in the book, Helmuth Hubener, lives a life that is told in this book that makes it a really good read for anyone. His story specifically sets a good example on how people should never have to be treated unfairly again in this world. In the story it says, “Now it’s against the law to listen to foreign radio. “Such laws are necessary during war time.” says hugo brusquely. To protect the Fatherland. The enemy will stop at nothing to
significant because it shows that the book is trying to draw a picture in the reader's mind about
Books, Food for our Minds If you have never read Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, you’ve never imagined what life would be like without books. Fahrenheit 451 is a valuable piece of literature because it teaches people that it’s okay to be an individual, it shows that reading is important and gives you knowledge, and it warns that books/learning and what is in them, can be powerful.
Personally, the book taught me a lot about how people deal with situations when under pressure, people’s need for power and how easy it really if for a war to break out and I found that in my mind I could easily link what was going
I would suggest that no one reads the book before they are seniors, maybe juniors, in high school. I would recommend it to students younger, but some of the stories are slightly too graphic, like the one where the little boy is being hung, but is not heavy enough to die right away so he just hung there for a while until he finally died. I feel that everyone reads the book because it gives people a better insight into what people experienced in the camps. I knew that the prisoners had a really rough life in the camps, but this book really opened my eyes to how bad it really was. People who are planning on being history majors or are going into politics should read this book at least twice. This would be so that they make sure that something like this does not happen again. Also, more so for the history majors, to teach other people the effects that living in the camps had on people. One example that really showed the effect of the camp was at the end when Eliezer looked at himself in the mirror and did not recognize himself. These are the main reasons I would recommend everyone read Night at least
Have you ever not wanted to read a book but have to read it for a class assignment well Fahrenheit 451 is a good example of what happens when you don't read. Fahrenheit 451 is a valuable piece of literature because it can tell you what happens when people don't read books like we don’t. It may be what the world will look like in 20 years. It can make people want to read more.
Despite the use of explicit language in Fahrenheit 451, it should be studies in schools for it conveys an important message of thinking for yourself and places emphasis on the value of written text and literature as a whole.
Personally, for me the book changed my way of viewing muslims and immigrants. It is true that a minority of them have committed terrorism or will but we can't let a minority affect the majority of them and just hate every aspect of them. If we do that then that just shows how inconsiderate and selfish we are as a nation. After 9/11 took place, it seems like every muslim is stereotyped as a murderer or terrorist. I still understand why majority of America doesn’t want one single muslim here, because they have been involved in most of the terrorist attacks that have took place in our country and mainly we don’t know what their attitude is.
The holocaust wasn't no joke a lot of people died and that's where people stood up for making it to stop and had allied troops freed the camps. Also the book and the holocaust both had leaders for the Divergent Jeanine Matthews and for the holocaust would be Adolf Hitler. The two leaders has sort of similarity and differences also because Jeanne Matthews are known and proven to be the smartest member of faction because of her IQ level. She makes many articles based off lies about Abnegation to smear bad faith towards the faction. She created a serum that would allow her to control people into killing off every Abnegation. As for Adolf Hitler was also a talented and smart man he was an average. He rose to power in Germany he eventually won power by democratic means, but once in power he all eliminated opposition and launched an ambitious program of world domination and elimination of the
This book allows readers to experience many crucial missions It had not added much to the historical field, most of the plans for the rescue of Mussolini, bombing of New York, and outcome of the Battle of the Bulge were well known and researched. What Skorzeny had added to the field, however, was a more social aspect to the order on the Nazi side, as well as a more personal account with Hitler. However, it is deeply entertaining for any demographic, it had actually offered many surprises. The readability of the events was not overly technical, but had just enough that it allowed someone to feel as though they had actually been there. Overall, it had mostly added a personable feeling to the enemies that otherwise would not be obvious to anyone who was simply researching by
Fahrenheit 451 reinforces the idea that society needs to keep reading books or else the critical thinking contained in them will no longer be found and the difference between knowledgeable people and those who do not question their world will grow. At the beginning of the book Fahrenheit 451, Montag
Fahrenheit 451 written response #1 According to FAHRENHEIT 451, literature is important because, it shows that people in a world who are not literate might not know how to comprehend something or understand something. FAHRENHEIT 451 also shows that years of work by writers is wasted from burning books. It shows that people will never hear or read another book that was written so readers could learn from or just read for entertainment.
The Novel was a compelling story to me and had a lot of valve in the book that i never knew a book could do. There was plenty of action plus the book never got boring and it was entertaining. This book made powerful characters that i never expected to have an impact on me, it was almost like a movie in my head when i was reading it. I will say that this book is a lesson for me because it teaches me that anything could happen so you can't predict but enjoy life as long as you
It pays a great deal of attention to what was going on outside the bunker and provides fascinating accounts of what was happening to other Nazi leaders, such as Himmler, Goering, Speer, Doenitz, and many others. It also does an excellent job of placing Hitler's last days within the fuller context of both Nazi and 20th-century German history.
After reading this book, I feel as though I need to work even harder to remember the tragedy of the past and maintain my individuality to keep events like the Holocaust from ever happening again. What I liked most about The Wave is that the author did not seem to dramatise the true story of this experiment too much, and the characters’ actions were very believable. I also was impressed by how the author could engage me deeply in a book that was so short, at one-hundred and thirty-eight pages. Although I really enjoyed reading this, one aspect I did not like was how there were so many characters to keep track of. I was sometimes confused while reading this book because there were some names of characters I did not recognize, so I had to turn back and find where they were mentioned. Overall, I highly recommend The Wave, as it is a well-written book that shows how easily people, in this case high-school students, can be manipulated when they are given orders and structure from a superior, and I think the author highlights the parallels from Mr. Ross’s experiment to the terror and lack of idiosyncrasy in Nazi