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Critical Essay 1 Fiction Borowskis Silence and Wiesels The Watch are stories about the Holocaust Both short stories are great work of fiction that give the reader a clear image and idea of what the Jews experienced During the Holocaust both short stories experienced great lost and great pain Therefore the characters in the stories developed feelings of hatred and vengeance Nevertheless the vengeance in both short stories were different Borowskis Silence and Wiesels The Watch great lost The narrator in The Watch lost all his childhood years He didnt know how much fun a boy felt when he played at his houses backyard with his sister He did not know how wonderful a boy felt when grew next to his family and sister When I read the story I imagine the narrator at the concentration camp laying on a cold bed with no bed sheets and crying all night In my imagination the narrator was crying because he remembered all the warm nights he had next to his family Now twenty years later he is standing where his family and happiness was taken away his home Nevertheless the house is not his home any more Some strange people are at his old house and sleeping in his old warm bed Not only his family and happiness were taken away but also his home Many years of the characters the Jews in the concentration camps lives in Silence were taken away The Jews were not able to see their children grow because they were not allowed to be near their children and they spend too many years in the concentration camps Even after the war was over and the Jews were freed some Jews never saw their children ever again The Holocaust was a very bad time for the Jews for many Jews were killed during the Holocaust Furthermore The Characters in both Silence and The Watch experienced great pain during the Holocaust Many
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