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Hope, Despair, and Memory ( Summary and Author's Purpose )

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Samuel Burnham

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Transcript of Hope, Despair, and Memory ( Summary and Author's Purpose )

Hope, Despair, and Memory ( Summary and Author's Purpose )
Paragraph Uno (1)
Summary: A master and his servant had a mission to hasten the coming of the messiah, but in the process got stranded and lost their memory.
Paragraph Dos (2)
Summary: The master and servant who were stuck on the island managed to remember and recite the alphabet. Reciting the alphabet helped the two regain their memory and the spell to get them home.
Paragraph Tres (3)
Summary: Without memory we couldn't be able to remember the past and without the past, there is no future.
Paragraph cuatro (4)
Summary: Without the past, there is no hope for the future. If there is no hope for the future, there is no past.
Paragraph Cinco (5)
Summary: A young man struggles to make a living after the holocaust, but he manages to learn a new language and make new friends after the horrors of the holocaust.
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Author's purpose: The author put this in to tell a story relating to his topic and to tell how memory is important.
Author's Purpose: This paragraph is here to show how even remembering the simplest things can help in the future.
Author's purpose: The author put this here to show that without memory, nothing would exist. We wouldn't learn from our mistakes and we would continue to forget about major things.
Author's Purpose: This paragraph is saying that the past and future cannot exist without each other.
Author's Purpose: The author put this here to show how hard life was after the holocaust for jews.
Paragraph Seis (6)
Summary: Man has turned his back on God and has made an anti-heaven with their own gods and rulers.
Author's Purpose: Elie Wiesel put this paragraph in to show how corrupted man has become.
Paragraph Siete (7)
Summary: God was the one who made everything that happened happen.
Author's Purpose: The author put this here to show that God was in control through the time of suffering that his people went through.
Paragraph Ocho (8)
Summary: The people were doubting God. They were going against him and blaming him for what happened.
Author's Purpose: Elie put this here to show that the people wanted to get away from God and blame him for what was going on.
Paragraph Nueve (9)
Summary: Without memory, there would be no point in living.
Author's Purpose: This is here to show that without memory, there is no purpose for anything.
Paragraph Diez (10)
Summary: People naturally forget things. Many people view the past as a bad thing, but they do not know that the past could be used to benefit the future.
Author's Purpose: The author put this here to show why they forget. They don't want to remember the horrors of the past.
Paragraph Once (11)
Summary: Memory is scarred into the victims of the holocaust.
Author's Purpose: This is here to show how bad the holocaust really was.
Paragraph doce (12)
Summary: Memory is important to our future because we need it to build the future and not make the mistakes that were made in the past.
Author's Purpose: This paragraph is here to show that without memory, there is no hope for the future or there is not anything to build on.
Paragraph Trece (13)
Summary: Without memory, there cannot be peace.
Author's Purpose: This last paragraph is herre to show how important memory is to avoid making mistakes a second time.
Figurative Language


Simile: "Without memory, our existence would be barren and opaque, like a prison cell into which no light penetrates; like a tomb which rejects the living." (Paragraph 3)

Metaphor : "But the present was only a blink of the Lord's eye." (Paragraph7)
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