Objects & Places from The True Story of Hansel and Gretel

Murphy, Louise
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While this structure is located in an isolated area, it is a comfort and refuge to those who live there.


While this area is isolated and dark, it is also a safe haven for some characters and a dependable food source.


Jews were forced to leave their homes and possessions and move to these large boarding houses.


This human condition is used as a symbol of love and hope in the novel.


It is within this object that the children hid from the Nazis.


This religion is based on the person and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth.


This religion, philosophy, and culture is based on a covenant with God and founded on the Torah.

Gas Chamber

This was a sealed chamber used by the Nazis to kill Jews.

Concentration Camp

This was a large complex designed to imprison thousands of Jews...

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