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Published by DAVID NUNEZ BECERRA, 2019-05-29 14:14:12


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This book is about Guilt , the feeling of regret and seeing different points of view on it , guilt is 
something everyone’s felt before is the feeling you get when you’ve done something that you 
regret, in the book “Night” there's a lot of guilt going around , either cause a loved one died 
or because of the decisions they made, is okay to feel guilt after doing something you regret. 

. poem by “ Williams Wordsworth” 


A traveller on the skirt of Sarum's Plain  
Pursued his vagrant way, with feet half bare;  
Stooping his gait, but not as if to gain  
Help from the staff he bore; for mien and air  
Were hardy, though his cheek seemed worn with care  
Both of the time to come, and time long fled:  

Down fell in straggling locks his thin grey hair;  
A coat he wore of military red  
But faded, and stuck o'er with many a patch and shred.  
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While thus he journeyed, step by step led on,  
He saw and passed a stately inn, full sure  
That welcome in such house for him was none.  
No board inscribed the needy to allure  
Hung there, no bush proclaimed to old and poor  
And desolate, "Here you will find a friend!"  
The pendent grapes glittered above the door;--  
On he must pace, perchance 'till night descend,  
Where'er the dreary roads their bare white lines extend.  
The gathering clouds grow red with stormy fire,  
In streaks diverging wide and mounting high;  
That in the long had passed; the distant spire,  
Which oft as he looked back had fixed his eye,  
Was lost, though still he looked, in the blank sky.  
Perplexed and comfortless he gazed around,  
And scarce could any trace of man descry​,  
Save cornfields stretched and stretching without bound;  
But where the sower dwelt was nowhere to be found.

End note: in this poem by “ William Wordsworth “ he talks about guilt and what the feeling 
of guilt is for him and for others, he talks about different kinds of guilt, and tries to describe 
the feeling of “Guilt” itself. 

Jocelyn Flores - by “ xxxTentacion” 
know you're somewhere, somewhere 
I've been trapped in my mind girl, just holding on 
I don't wanna pretend there's something, we're nothing 
I've been stuck thinking 'bout her, I can't hold back 
I'm in pain, wanna put ten shots in my brain 
I've been tripping 'bout some things, can't change 
Suicidal, same time I'm tame 
Picture this, in bed, get a phone call 
Girl that you fucked with killed herself 
That was this summer and nobody helped 
And ever since then, man, I hate myself 
Wanna fucking end it 
All wanna see me with no pot to piss in 
But niggas been excited 'about the grave I'm digging 
Having conversations about my haste decisions 
Fucking sickening 
At the same time, memory surfaced through the grapevine 
'Bout my uncle playing with a slipknot 

Post traumatic stress got me fucked up 

Been fucked up since a couple months they had a nigga locked up 

I be feeling pain, I be feeling pain just to hold on 

And I don't feel the same, I'm so numb 

I be feeling pain, I be feeling pain just to hold on 

And I don't feel the same, I'm so numb 

I know you so well, I know you well 
I mean, I can do anything that he can 
I've been pretty 
Endnote: He talks about regret , for not being able to save the one he loved and not being able 
to help that person “​I'm in pain, wanna put ten shots in my brain 
I've been tripping 'bout some things, can't change Suicidal, same time I'm tame Picture this, 
in bed, get a phone call Girl that you f***ed with killed herself That was this summer and 
nobody helped And ever since then, man, I hate myself Wanna f***ing end it Pessimistic 
All wanna see me with no pot to piss in But n***as been excited 'about the grave I'm digging 
Having conversations about my haste decisions F***ing sickening At the same time, memory 
surfaced through the grapevine 'Bout my uncle playing with a slipknot Post traumatic stress 
got me f***ed up Been f***ed up since a couple months they had a n***a locked up”​ he 
talks about the pain he felt when he found out she was gone forever and the guilt for not being 
able to help her. 

Why did i choose it?- because this song shows a deeper meaning on guilt and regret. 


Artwork- Survivor's guilt 


End Note: 

This is an example on survivor's guilt from the Vietnam War memorial in WA DC , 
Survivor's guilt is something that people experience when they've survived a life-threatening 
situation and others might not have. Just like in the book “Night”, all the survivors of the 
Holocaust felt this guilt for all their love ones that didn’t make it , and they have to live with 
this guilt till the time of their death.  


EndNote- this image would represent my point of view on guilt, guilt can be seen in different 
ways like missing someone , doing something you regret and thinking that you could of done 
something to help someone but you didn't. 
Diary entry- 
I woke up with guilt this morning , for something i did and i really regret , this feeling that 
will stick with me unless i do something about it , knowing that i could of done something to 
avoid this feeling but i didn't… 

EndNote- Because it's talking about the feeling of guilt, doing something you regret. 
5 passages: 
P.g 87 “To let myself die, what would he do without me? I was his sale support.” 
P.g 106 “ if only i were relieved of his responsibility, i were relieved of this responsibility, i 
could use all my strength to fight for my own survival, to take care only of my self … instanly, 
i felt ashamed, ashamed of myself forever.” 
P.g 111 “ it was only a fraction of a second but it left me feeling guilty.” 
“ also the kid and the dad because stopped giving his dad food because he knew it was over” 

Work Cited 

“Survivor Guilt.” ​TV Tropes​,



Works Cited 

“Survivor Guilt.” ​TV Tropes​, 

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