"How to build a slaughterhouse" by Richard Selzer
The short story "How to Build a Slaughterhouse" by Richard Selzer, can be looked at as a metaphor for the Nazi interment camps. The author portrays the slaughterhouse as a very uniform killing factory, much like the interment camps in Nazi Germany. The workers are so numb to the killing of the cows, that they act like killing an animal isn't a big deal. This is called physic doubling.
The slaughtering of the cows is a very organized process with each man having his own job. The most important job of all the workers is the man who actually kills the cow. "The throat slitter is ready, it is…
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