I think war is devestating and horrible. I can only image the
When I get new neighbors I think of rather they are nice or mean. Some times I think if they are shy or if they are really out there.
If there was a war going on in my neighborhood I would stay inside as much as I could, and stay in the room without windows. Even if the only room without windows is the bathroom.
Mama says, "Be one of many." I think this means to blend in with the crowed and to not be subspiecnes. Also to stay with a group of people not guest 2 other people.
If Denmark was a bodyguard for all the Jews than they would invite them in to there home and hide them from the soldiers.
At the end of chapter three, Annemarie felt that she would not have to do anything about the Germans. Then in chapter five, Annemarie is protecting her best friend Ellen from the Germans.
Annemarie felt that the Germans would never come to her or her friends houses. But then she felt different in chapter five because
Man v.s. Man
An example of man v.s. man is when Peter got executed (shot) by the Germans. Peter learned that there is a greater good than life. I know that this was a Man v.s. Man conflict because peter was killed on purpose by a German.
Man v.s. Himself
A perfect example of Man v.s. Himself is when Annmarie had to make a desion to either give away her friend to the Germans or stick to the plan and have Ellen pretented to be her sister. Annmarie learn that the Germans were after her best friends family.
Man v.s. Society
A perfect example of Man v.s. Society is basically the whole main Idea of the book which is that the Germans where killing off the Jues because they belived something diffrent than them. I know that because the whole book is about Annmarie and her family helping out their neighbors and friends to Sweden where the Germans have not taken over yet.
Lanky & Stocky
"She was a stocky ten-year- old, unlike lanky Annemarie
Based on the sentence , lanky and stocky have oppsite meanings. I also know they are body types because of the description of the race.
Lanky means tall and skinny. Stocky means a big and thick biuld.
Suffix: -y, rela
"But Annemarie heard Mama and Papa talk, sometimes at night, about the news they received that way: news of sabotage against the Nazis, bombs hidden and exploded in the factories that produced war materials, and industrial railroad lines damage so that the goods couldn't be transported."