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

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In “A Visit” the narrator thinks back over the people that he saw and met while at the concentration camp. The first night he writes of walking in line with others including a girl that was once his. A man falls from the train, then gets up and wraps his arms around another man, calling him brother. Another man, thought to be dead, kicks when people begin trying to take his boots. He sees the men working with their axes and the women building dams and selling themselves for food. The people who are taken to the gas chambers beg those who watch them go to remember how things were. As he tries to write, the narrator thinks of the way that he has never been able to vision himself in the concentration camp. He has been told that he has a concentration...

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