Due: Monday, 3/14 @ 7:30 a.m. (Late blogs NOT accepted!)
Write the truest sentence you know."
On page 29, Wiesel writes his true sentence when he comments that his life has been changed by "eight simple, short words." These eight simple, short words are spoken by a SS guard when he says, "men to left, women to the right."
In a well written paragraph of no less than two hundred words (Grammar and Mechanics - 2 point), answer/comment on the following:
~Explain how the characterization of Elie has changed. First explain how Elie was characterized in the first chapter before the arrival of the Nazi's in Sighet then explain how the characterization of Elie change through chapter 3. (4 points)
~Based on the changes you discussed, why do you think the phrase "men to left, women to the right" is considered Wiesel's true sentence? Why/How is it so impactful? (4 points)
~Lastly, give an example of another true sentence that has perhaps changed your life, the life of others, or has impacted history. (2 points)