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"A Tale of Two Cities"
In life, people tend to forget how lucky they are to have all that they have been given. This includes food, water, shelter, freedom, and life itself. Victims of Nazi Germany realized the importance and value of the above, after many years without them. They never forgot the hardships they faced in the concentration camps and Ghettos. They appreciated all the little things in life much more after what they had been through. In "A Tale of Two Cities," many characters have these necessities taken from them as well. They must endure hardships and challenges, and overcome them until they too r…
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