This quote by Duff Brenna, "All literature shows us the power of emotion, It is emotion, not reason, that motivates characters in literature." To me means that it is emotion that affects characters in literature not reason or thought.
I Agree with this statement because many stories characters do what they feel is right not what is logically right.
At the time he was only 14 years old and lived in Sighet, Transylvania.
He tells us all of his horrifying experiences as a Jewish prisoner.
Something changed in him, as an adult instead of a child and that change is an important thing to incorporate in thinking when reading Night.
Because this book is written in the first person, as himself as a fifteen year old boy, that is how I read it, as a child.In the story Romeo and Juliet by, William Shakespeare this statement is proven right.The characters Romeo and Juliet fall in love and marry but they didn't think what could happen.They kept doing what they were doing because they thought they had found love. The theme in the story is love, which drives the story.If Romeo or Juliet had thought about what they were doing the book would have been different they would not have died for each other's love.Even though he tells us this gruesome story I believe he is trying to tell us that even though terrible things may happen, you must always have hope that things are going to get better..It must have been very hard for him to narrate this memories that probably still haunt him so we must be thankful to him for giving us this chunk of history that was missing. He was how other Jews killed each other very selfishly over a piece of bread. Make your own flashcards that can be shared with others.Learn with extra-efficient algorithm, developed by our team, to save your time.Whenever I read a book, I try and read it like I am the author, looking over a final copy.That is the way I believe literature should be read, through the lenses of the author and when reading, you must think through the author’s memories, and thoughts while writing.