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Poem Buna is written by a poet who is survived from Buna so this poem is his own real experience In this poem the poet creates a very low and depressing atmosphere it is perfectly fit into this poem because Buna is part of the Auschwitz concentration camp there were tons of people died in there There are many imagery sentences for the environment of buna such The long line the gray morning line 2 gray morning and gray line make us feel sad and silent because these kind of dark and gray color makes us to connect to some bad thing happen Actually it does find some bad things in the buna such as the The Buna smokes from a thousand chimneys line 3 they are allusions for the crematory the smoke is from the crematory which is burning the bodyThe whistle terrible at dawnline 5 is a symbol of the beginning of their horrible daily life The whistle is the reminder of the working time they dont know what would happen during in that day so they hate whistle at dawn There is another strong imagery and sentence at the conclusion of this poem Up there in the world sweet beneath the sunWith what kind of face would we confront each otherline 21 and line 22 The upper world is allude the heaven which is the up there world in this poem next sentence poet indicates the sweet beneath the sun this makes a huge contrast between heaven and Auschwitz concentration camp where was the place that they met and have a very hard time In the last line persona said with what kind of face would we confront each other this sentence makes reader imagine a lot of this situation a very bad SS guard who kills or beat tons of people and a innocence prisoner who is working under SS guards control Its must be very dramatically
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