Friday, May 12, 2017

Blogpost #8

The point of view is from death itself, or a personified version of death.

The author is very descriptive and wants the reader to feel the dark atmosphere of when the characters go through hard times, when they feel angry, accomplished, or reminiscent, the author lets us know of their thoughts and feelings so vividly that the reader can feel it as well.

The author feels as though the tone of the book is supposed to be grim, considering they describe death and tragedy and the hardships of Jews and Germans alike back in the times of when Hitler was in control.