Because I’m now writing a dissertation, the total will be 10500 words. Right now I provide an outline of the introduction and 2 chapters. Please write about 3000 words for each chapter, and the introduction is about 800 words. Total is 6800-7000 words. For each chapter use 10 references. (Please try your best to find the source from these websites: Jstor, google scholar, Proquest, and online library)
Note: You don’t need to write the conclusion for this Paper for now, it will be next time.
1. Please watch 3 films: that are all about Holocaust films from the perspective of children: Boy in the Striped Pajamas(2008), Le Voyage de Fanny (2016), Un sac de Billes (2017)
And please follow my outline and questions, if you have more deep thinking, you could add more points. It’s very important to me, the paper should be more analytical than descriptive, more deep thinking and focus on the main point and title.
I have attracted my outline below, Please read it carefully, and I have uploaded several articles below which is related to Chapter 1, please read them and use them as references.
Next time would be revised the first parts you hand on to me, and I will provide chapter 3 and the conclusion outlines. You can continue working on it.
Hi, as I mentioned, for this cooperation, you only need to write the introduction and Chapters 1 and 2, I will send you the Chapter 3 outline now, just to let you know what is going on following, it might help your thesis statement , but you don’t need to write the Chapter 3 and conclusion.
- Morality in Jewish Holocaust Films
- Although few people are unadulterated heroes or villains, historical dramas rarely acknowledge these ‘grey zones’ and instead offer moral absolutes. Thus, the traditional narrative binary opposition (Friend – Enemy) is mitigated in children’s movies without the need to convey traumatic memories through overly realistic war movies.
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas(2008)
Un sac de Billes (2017)
: Fanny’s Journey (2016)
Jewish holocaust films hold a crucial place in cinematic history, providing a poignant medium to bear witness to one of the darkest chapters in human history. The Holocaust, a genocide campaign orchestrated by the Nazis and their collaborators between 1941 and 1945, led to the systematic extermination of approximately 6 million Jews and millions of others, including Roma people, LGBTQ+ individuals, people with disabilities, and political dissidents (Weissman, 2004). These films not only serve as a means of remembrance but also as powerful educational tools to ensure that future generations understand the horrors of the past and strive to prevent such atrocities from happening again. Within the genre of Jewish holocaust films, a notable and deeply significant category emerges the films from the perspective of the children.