|In addition to all things zoo related I work at the Hartman Aviary. This is my|
buddy Sunny the Hyacinth Macaw.
I think the most important part of Why I Write: Making No Become Yes by Elie Wiesel is paragraph seven and eight. Though I especially like the following sentences "I thought that I would never be able to speak of them. All words seemed inadequate, worn, foolish, lifeless, whereas I wanted them to be searing." I believe this illustrates his desire to make his readers fully understand what he and everyone around him went through. He wanted to engulf them in the pain and sorrow they experienced, the torment and sadness they still experienced. Which I think with his passion for the story he is extremely successful in his narration.