Auschwitz: True Tales from a Grotesque Land - Chapters 25 - 30, The Price of Life, The Lovers of Auschwitz, The Dance of the Rabbis, Revenge of a Dancer, The Verdict, Friendly Meetings Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 25 - 30, The Price of Life, The Lovers of Auschwitz, The Dance of the Rabbis, Revenge of a Dancer, The Verdict, Friendly Meetings Summary and Analysis

Sara wonders how one can put a price on life. Some in Auschwitz do. When their life has infinite value to them, they will sacrifice even their own life to save it. Everyone in Auschwitz wanted to live and there were few suicides. Many believed that after Germany was defeated the world would begin anew. Sara also wonders if it is better for a human being to know she is about to die. Magna thought that depriving them of this knowledge was to deprive them of their dignity as human beings.

In the fall of 1944, the sirens...

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