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Do Now!. “Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words can hurt like hell .” –Chuck Palahniuk What do you think of this modification of the famous saying? True? False? What is it telling you? Four sentences. The Book Thief Part 6. The Year 79.

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do now

Do Now!

“Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words can hurt like hell.” –Chuck Palahniuk

What do you think of this modification of the famous saying? True? False? What is it telling you? Four sentences

the year 79
The Year 79
the year 1346
The Year 1346
  • The Black Death arrived in Europe by sea in October 1347 when 12 Genoese trading ships docked at the Sicilian port of Messina after a long journey through the Black Sea. The people who gathered on the docks to greet the ships were met with a horrifying surprise: Most of the sailors aboard the ships were dead, and those who were still alive were gravely ill. They were overcome with fever, unable to keep food down and delirious from pain. Strangest of all, they were covered in mysterious black boils that oozed blood and pus and gave their illness its name: the “Black Death.” The Sicilian authorities hastily ordered the fleet of “death ships” out of the harbor, but it was too late: Over the next five years, the mysterious Black Death would kill more than 20 million people in Europe–almost one-third of the continent’s population.
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Piece of Happiness
  • Builds a snowman in the basement
  • Causes Max to get sick
  • “Christmas” gift
    • Both Liesel and Max have nothing to give each other (for birthdays and holidays), but both give friendship
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Liesel Tries to Wake Max Up
  • Talks to him, sits with him, reads to him, brings 13 presents with stories behind them
  • The Power of Words
    • Using them to “heal” Max
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Death Visits the Hubermanns’ House
  • Death comes to take Max
    • When he reaches for him, Max puts up a fight—death likes that
  • At 13, when Max’s uncle dies of stomach cancer, Max said he would not give up that easily
    • “When death captures me… he will feel my fist in his face”
    • Max is a fighter
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The Nazi Inspector
  • He was nice to her when she skinned her knee
  • Says he has children her age
  • He’s human too…
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Concentration Camps
  • Death mentions
    • Auschwitz
      • Oven
      • Gas Chambers
    • Mauthausen
      • The SS guards would often force prisoners — exhausted from hours of hard labor without sufficient food and water — to race up the stairs carrying blocks of stone. Those who survived the ordeal would often be placed in a line-up at the edge of a cliff known as "The Parachutists Wall“. At gun-point each prisoner would have the option of being shot or pushing the prisoner in front of him off the cliff
      • Death would catch the bodies before they fell
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Death Treated the Bodies/Souls…
  • Gently, kissed their cheeks, listened to them
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What Does Death Question?
  • God—cries out to him in despair—like humans do
  • Receives no answer