As I just said the play draws on complex emotions because it begs the question of how much blame can be placed on the judges, when simply following orders of a higher authority. And I often tried to put myself into the shoes of the Germans begging the question "What would I do?" Therefore I found myself both hating the judges for their crimes and all the more sympathizing with them because of their ignorance. As the play explores complex issues I was left with an unsatisfying feeling of horror as I held a deeper understand of the atrocities placed upon anyone who was not in the Arian race. Finally, it provides us with katharsis because we are able to continue telling the story and engage the audience in high level thinking.
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