The Book Thief: Kindness nd Cruelty by normann young on PreziSign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Error rating book. Refresh and try again.
Good versus evil: The different facets of kindness as shown in The Book Thief
I personally found this book really fun to write about and I deinfitely reccomend it to anyone and everyone who can read it! RSS Feed. Persona: Who Am I Exactly? We humans are strange and fickle beings. We are kind one moment and cruel the next.
Pssst… we can write an original essay just for you. Humanity is always engaged in an eternal power struggle between good and evil, and the well being of society often hangs in the balance when such forces collide. Throughout the novel, Liesel sees the great horrors of life in Germany during World War II, but she also finds herself among very empathetic and kind people, as demonstrated by three incidents in the book that illustrate good persevering over evil. The relationship between Liesel and Max demonstrates true friendship whilst in hardship. Furthermore, Liesel and Max bond in an incredible fashion while being extremely different personalities and under a great deal of stress. Max gave Liesel a handmade book as a belated birthday gift, which Liesel was very pleased with as she loves books.