Research paper---The writing of GŁnter Grass, Thomas Mann, and Eliezer Wiesel displayed social protest towards the Nazi regime in Germany through their literature---includes works cited

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An Analysis of Social Protest Writing in the Literature of Mann, Wiesel and Grass Imagine sitting in a cold, crowded room with no clothes on. Think of what it would be like to be referred to as "87." This is what it was like for many people who lived through the horrors of the Holocaust and many other events caused by the Nazi regime. However, not all of them lived to tell their story. The writing …

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