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  • The Endless Steppe

    737 Words  | 3 Pages

    Anger can make humans do irrational things, such as treating other humans poorly for their nationality. The discrimination that all of these people faced in this specific time was caused by one man. Many lives were either taken or ruined by the drastic measures to “correct the ills in society” based on one person's belief. In the novel The Endless Steppe, by Esther Hautzig, the story is focused on how one family became victims of this brutal hatred. It is a normal, yet beautiful day for nine year

  • Summary Of Esther Hautzig's The Endless Steppe

    901 Words  | 4 Pages

    How would you feel if you and your family were suddenly taken from your home and lost all your money and then are forced to move to a place that is nothing like where you lived before? This is a sad, true story of what happened to a little nine year old girl named Esther Rudomin and her family in the book The Endless Steppe by Esther Hautzig. Esther and her family were suddenly seized by Soviet troops because they are accused of being capitalists, or enemies of the people, and are deported to the