Friday, April 16, 2010
Line 1: Sandra
Line 2: Who is a writer
Line 3: Who writes about her life and other books called My Wicked, Wicked Ways,Bad Boys
Line 4: Who loves to write, colors, and animals
Line 5: Who feels strongly about creativity, generosity, and writing.
Line 6: Who says "I've never seen a marriage that is as happy as my living alone... My writing is my child and I don't want anything to come between us."
Line 7: Who gives knowledge,
Line 8: Who is known for writing The House on mango street, Bad Boys, and My Wicked, Wicked Ways
Line 9: Who has worked as a teacher a poet works in the community
Line 10: Whose parents were poor with hungry children
Line 11: Who is creativo and trabajo duro
Line 12: Who is a resident of Texas
Thursday, April 15, 2010
The book NIGHT by Elie Weisel Is a book about a boy and his family who lived in a little town. During the time of the holocaust. Near the end of the holocaust the boy and his family were put in a cattle cars on a train with about eighty other people. At first there was a lot of optimism even though these people were tortured, but when they arrived to the concentration camp there was a bit of hysteria. The boy and his father stayed together but they were separated from the boy’s mother and sisters. The boy agony when he had to leave his mother because he was closest with her. In the concentration camps the men were made to work every day and the old ones were killed. When they were fed their coffee in the mornings they were poisoned little by little without knowing. All were taken away even gold teeth, the boy had a gold tooth and it had been removed with a rusty spoon. Anybody with the littlest amount rebellion was killed instantly. The boy hurt his foot he was put in the hospital until it healed. At the end the boy and his father and hundreds of other men had to run 42 miles without stopping. This is a true story of the traumatic terror that Elie Weisel had to encounter.
My Opinion of the book Night by Elie Weisel is that it is a very traumatic book and I feel Remorse for Elie and his family. When and if you read this book I think you well feel the same as I did. The holocaust was a very troubled part of our history. I learned by reading Night that people are treated differently not only by the way they look by also what religion they take.