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Daniel's Story Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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1. "Pictures of Frankfurt," the first section of Daniel's Story, reveals that the lives of the Jews in Germany were becoming increasingly more difficult. However, most families still did have some choices about their futures. Assume the role of one of the adult family members and try to convince the other family members to follow your suggestion about what they should do. For example, Uncle Walter says, "Palestine is the answer," while Uncle David wants the family to join him and his new wife in America. In your role play, be prepared to argue against other family members' proposals.

2. Daniel says, "By the time I was eleven, I'd almost forgotten life had ever been different." What do you think Daniel meant by that statement? Discuss some of the other points in the book where Daniel might have been able to say that he had "almost forgotten that life...

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