Explain the background on the author, especially in relation to the Holocaust.

equired ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:Textbook: Chapter 5, 6LessonMinimum of 2 scholarly sources (in addition to the textbook)For this assignment, select one of the following options.Option 1: PoetrySelect any 2 poems about the Holocaust. You can select from the following list of poets/poems or conduct additional research on Holocaust poetry. Make sure to get approval from your instructor if you are selecting something not on the list. Click on the link to see the list:Bronislawa Wajs: Tears of BloodPrimo Levi: BunaChaim Nachman Bialik: After My Death; On the SlaughterMartin Niemöller: First They Came for the JewsMary Elizabeth Frye: Do not stand at my grave and weepCarl Sandburg: GrassMiklós Radnóti: Postcard 1; Postcard 2; Postcard 3; Postcard 4Bertolt Brecht: The Burning of the Books; Parting; The Mask of EvilBer Horvitz: Der Himmel [The Heavens]Yala Korwin: Passover Night 1942; The Little Boy with His Hands UpMichael R. Burch: SomethingPaul Celan: Death Fugue; O, Little Root of a DreamLink: List of Poets/PoemsWrite an analysis of each poem, including the following information:Explain the background on the author, especially in relation to the Holocaust.Explain the content of the poem – what story or message is it trying to tell?How does the poem relate to the bigger picture of the Holocaust?How effective is the poem in relating the Holocaust to readers?Option 2: ArtSelect any 2 of works of art about the Holocaust. You can select from the following list or conduct additional research on Holocaust art. Make sure to get approval from your instructor if you are selecting something not on the list. Click on the link to see the list:Morris Kestelman: Lama Sabachthani [Why Have You Forsaken Me?]George Mayer-Marton: Women with BoudlersBill Spira: Prisoners Carrying CementJan Hartman: Death March (Czechowice-Bielsko, January 1945)Edgar Ainsworth: BelsenLeslie Cole: One of the Death Pits, Belsen. SS Guards Collecting BodiesDoris Zinkeisen: Human Laundry, Belsen: April 1945Eric Taylor: A Young Boy from Belsen Concentration CampMary Kessell: Notes from Belsen CampEdith Birkin: The Death Cart – Lodz GhettoShmuel Dresner: BenjaminRoman Halter: Mother with BabiesLeo Breuer: Path Between the Barracks, Gurs CampLeo (Lev) Haas: Transport Arrival, Theresienstadt GhettoJacob Lipschitz: Beaten (My Brother Gedalyahu)Norbert Troller: TerezinAnselm Kiefer: Sternenfall
Write an analysis of each artwork, including the following information:Identify the title, artist, date completed, and medium used.Explain the content of the artwork – what do the images show?How does the artwork relate to the bigger picture of the Holocaust?How effective is the artwork in relating the Holocaust to viewers?Option 3: VideoWatch the following video:Link (video): The Holocaust (Links to an external site.) (35:00) https://search-alexanderstreet-com.chamberlainuniversity.idm.oclc.org/view/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C2791308?account_id=147674&usage_group_id=1090271Write a paper on what you learned about peoples’ experiences and intentions during the Holocaust:What were the Nazis thinking of when they made these decisions?What were the otherwise good people of Germany thinking when they allowed it to go on?What were the victims of this genocide thinking and feeling as they went through this terrible process?Describe at least one part of the video that had the greatest impact on you.How effective are the writings/images in the video in relating the Holocaust to viewers?Writing Requirements (APA format)Length: 2-3 pages (not including title page or references page)1-inch marginsDouble spaced12-point Times New Roman fontTitle pageReferences page