This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen - Silence Summary & Analysis

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In the story "Silence," a man is caught in the German barracks and dragged into a dark alley. An American officer with an interpreter catches the attention of the men as they prepare food in their barracks. The American tells them that although they must feel hate for their tormentors, they are not to take the law into their own hands. He tries to convince them the S.S. men will be made to pay for their crimes. Two of the men mutter against what the man is saying. One, however, tells them they should listen to the American. The guard tells the men they should pass any criminals over to the camp guards and be patient. After the American has visited all of the barracks and has left the camp, the men of Tadek’s barrack pull a man off his bunk and...

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