Tadeusz Borowski Writing Styles in This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen

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Point of View

This novel is told from the first person point of view of the author, Tadeusz Borowski. The stories are true stories detailing Tadek’s time in a concentration camp during World War II. This story would not have the impact of the personal experience if it were told in any different point of view. Without this first hand look into Tadek's thoughts, his situation would not be as compelling. He thoughts as he goes about life in the camp as well his struggle with identity and place in the world after he is released from the camp are central to the focus of the novel.

The stories are told mostly through exposition; but, they do have scattered patches of dialogue as Tadek interacts with other prisoners in the camp. Some dialogue is in a language other than English, but is generally easy to understand using...

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