The Terrible Things`
The Terrible Things
Victim (very brief definition)
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Perpetrator (very brief definition)
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Bystander (very brief definition)
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Rescuer (very brief definition)
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Birds
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Squirrels
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Frogs and Fish
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Porcupines
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Rabbits
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Little Rabit
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How did each different species of animal react to the crimes committed by the Terrible Things?
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How did each remaining group justify (rationalize) their behavior as still another group was taken?
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What was the result of their rationalization? What was the final or end result?
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Why do you think the author told the story of the Holocaust in this symbolic way?
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Why do you think the Terrible Things take away the animals one group at a time?
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During the Holocaust, terrible things were done by real people, people with faces, names and life histories. Why do you think the author shows the Terrible Things as anonymous?
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What choices do the animals in the clearing have when the Terrible Things come?
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What would you say to Big Rabbit's statement, "We are the White Rabbits. It couldn't happen to us?
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When the Terrible Things come for the rabbits, what do the rabbits do? What choice does Little Rabbit make? Why? What does this tell you about Terrible Things?
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