Schindler's List - Study Guide Chapters 36-38 Summary & Analysis

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Stories continue of how Brinnlitz is kept alive, while Germany was slowly losing the war. Oskar continues to produce malfunctioning munitions and persists in his need to help more people. Though the author notes that he is not writing the book to galvanize Schindler, it is important to look at his motivation for such great action. It is unclear still exactly why he did what he did. Nonetheless, he continues saving various prisoners. He arranges a transfer for thirty more workers from Auschwitz. Among those 30 metalworkers is a man named Moshe Henigman, who recalls his first emersion into Brinnlitz with awe. He wonders how it is possible to compare hell with paradise. People are fed well, there are no beatings and women are sitting around knitting. Although it seems like heaven, cruel embarrassments towards prisoners still occur; however, nothing at Brinnlitz can compare to anywhere...

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