“the Best of Humanity Is Possible Even in the Most Trying of Circumstances.”

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Essay “The best of humanity is possible even in the most trying of circumstances.” For the novel study, I read The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas which is a holocaust based novel written by John Boyne. I believe that the statement above means many things, but I think that mostly it means that some people no matter what the situation still find time for others, and that it wouldn’t matter what race or religion they were. The first person I believe supports this statement is a character who isn’t really in the book a lot and that person is Pavel. He is a Jew from the camp, working for a Nazi and his family. He respects them even after all they’ve done to him and perhaps his family. He is overall a very good person and I think he is one of…show more content…
In conclusion I believe that these three characters brought out the best in each other and really did prove that no matter how terrible the circumstances and no matter how bad the situation there are still people out there willing to help you, even if you would never do the same to them. There are still people to give them

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