This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen - The People Who Walked On Summary & Analysis

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In the story “The People Who Walked On,” the location of a new soccer field being built in the camp is described. As soon as the field is finished, the men entertain themselves after dinner playing soccer. During one of the games, the narrator chases a ball and sees that a train has arrived. People are filing out of the trains. The narrator returns to the game. When he chases another ball, he notices all of the people are gone. He mentions that some of the people walk one direction to the crematoria while the others walk in the other direction. These who walk in the other direction are allowed to stay alive.

He describes the women’s part of the camp that the men refer to as the “Persian Market.” The narrator and his men put roofs on the...

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