In page 53 the polish were treated better, While Vladek and other Jewish people were put in cabins to freeze. This is clearly unfair and it just reminded me of the book the help. Im pretty sure they werent out in cabins because of their social class but they were treated differently because of what they believe in. Last year I read the book The Help by Kathryn Stockett. Its about maids in the 1960's who work for white ladies. and if you read the book you can see how mistreated and diminished they are. Like they have separate bathrooms, which is outside. I don't know but for me it was a little similar
In the cabins moment I thought it was unfair just like the book help. Ho the characters are treated. Not like the same way but both are kind of mistreated. Like one of the characters in The help they are threatened but white household women for doing nothing. And Vladek isn't in a cabin hes in a tent, which is a little unfair just because of what he believes in. Both characters are being taken from there rights and being put down from the people in charge. I thought it was a little similar.