Armenian Genocide Forgotten Fire Essay

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1.The author included the quote from Hitler as the epigraph because he wrote Who does now remember the Armenians before the question and Hitlers quote answered it. The quote answers the question because only Hitler remembered the Armenians and did the same to the Jews. My ideas didnt change after reading Forgotten Fire because I already knew the story about the Armenian Genocide.

2.Vahan couldnt discuss his fear with his mother because first of all, he was too scared to say a word and he wasnt confident enough to say anything. Also he was imagining things in his mind of what might have happened to his father and maybe if he told his mother, he would burst out in tears. He didnt also want to disturb his mother because his mother was very depressed when her husband left and it seemed like her heart wasnt there. Also, her mother would have lied to him anyway and not tell him the truth for why the Turks took his father.

3.The attitude of the Armenian community changed in various ways. No one knew something was going to happen to them, so once everything started; everyone began to only care about themselves. Some people just didnt want to go any longer and just wanted to be shot before getting tortured in any way. Also they were shocked of what the Turks had done and they started hating them. Every Turk they saw, they started to hate.

4.The Kenderian family was a very wealthy family and lived a great Armenian life. The father had great honor in his community. Vahan greatly admires his father because he always followed his fathers rules and the only way he survived was staying strong and admiring what his father told him to do step by step. The memory of his father gave him a lot of courage to survive because every time he had a hard time, he would close his eyes and imagine what his father told him and then move on.

5.I was aware of the Armenian Genocide before reading the book. The only ethnic war I know of before World War 11 was the Jewish Holocaust.

6.After the murder of Vahans brothers, he had a hard time. He didnt feel like himself anymore and thought that there was no point of living any longer because he knew that the soldiers would come back and kill him also. He was in pain and couldnt stand the fact that his brothers had died, he thought everything was imaginary. After that, he stood up more and became aggravated tat he was going to survive through everything.

7.After violent experiences on his journey to Constantinople, his behavior changed afterward. He witnessed many things so after a while, if he saw someone get shot or people begging for something, he did not care because it was normal to him already just because he seen it so many times. The graphic descriptions didnt disturb my reading because I knew about the Armenian Genocide before I read the book and also I saw an Armenian movie which had more details so the description in the book didnt seem so harsh.

8.Vahan reveals his spiritual doubt when all the time he prayed about someone or something he got no answer. For example he would always pray to find his family members and when he didnt, he started to doubt praying. After that, he finally found out that God really exists and he answered as many of his prayers as he could.

9.Vahan knew that Selim Bey wasnt a polite person but the way he treated him, his first impression of Selim Bey was surprising. Vahan actually liked Selim Bey and couldnt believe he had done anything to harm the Armenians. Vahan discovers Selim Beys true nature when he sends him to his fathers house and doesnt ever visit Vahan again. Selim Bey betrayed Vahan which showed he didnt care about him.

10.What Vahan means when he says I would be free an would never be free is the it was unbelievable that he was free from everything now and didnt have to worry about hiding from Turkish soldiers, but then he still didnt fell free because he didnt have his family and everything he once had which made him seem like he had something missing in himself. I dont think there are countries that deny freedom to certain citizens based on their ethnicity.

11.Mr. and Mrs. Tashian help Vahan on his journey to a new life in many ways. Vahan learned how to take care of himself and form a family of his own one day. Also, he learned how to do different types of tasks that he learned from Mr. and Mrs. Tashian. Also, they influenced him to move on and not give up which gave him the courage to continue.

12.Everyone in Vahans past gave him courage to contribution to freedom in many ways. Every time Vahan was in a dark room or some place he was not sure what he can do, he would close his eyes and imagine something that someone said or did from the past which helped him move on and do what the person once told him to do. Each person gave him courage because he would imagine something each person told him to do and then he would gain more courage and confidence with his journey.

13.The meaning of the tile Forgotten Fire is the death of all the Armenians that was forgotten by the Turks.

14.The quote from Hitler was related to the Armenian Genocide because the world did indeed forget the extermination of people after the war. As well as the Jewish Holocaust, the extermination of humans was forgotten by everyone and never came to mind after such a cruel person such as Hitler committed such an act that was done to the Armenians. It also relates to the Armenian Genocide because Hitler tried to do the sane thing to the Jews as the Turks tried to do to the Armenians.

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