The Holocaust

a state-sponsored persecution and murder of six million Jews

How did camp life change the prisoners as a person? A family? And relationships with other human beings?

It made them animals, they killed their own family members over a peice of bread and they ate their friends and family and they murdered their friends over things like food or water. It affected their relationships with other human beings by everything basically becoming survival of the fittest and whoever was the strongest survived.

How did this novel change me as a human being?

This novel changed me by educating me about the holocaust, and what people have really taken for granted in society today. It changed me to think about how good we have it, and what they had to go through back then and how far we have come.