Oskar Schindler Essay | Student Essay

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Consequently the Antihero

Summary: Describes Oskar Schindler and his presence during the holocaust; relating to the movie and/or the book "Schindler's List."
Oskar Schindler, a greedy, vain, glorious exemplar. Responsible for saving over one thousand Jewish people during the holocaust of World War Two, this man was considered to be a hero in his own right. Was he ethical? The question was never to be asked. Schindler was praised by the Jewish, even though he made his money by exploiting them for their cheap labour.

To define a hero is in no doubt a tedious task. The answer is varying, depending upon where you stand, and what your beliefs are. We commonly think of a hero as being surreal, and often affiliated with or having to do with fairy tale like qualities. Schindler was considered a hero for simply being humane. Is the driver who stops for a pedestrian at a crosswalk a hero? The dishwasher at the restaurant who sanitizes your dishes so you don't get sick, must...

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