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Boy in the Striped Pyjamas “may fuel dangerous 
Holocaust fallacies”
Harriet Sherwood - Thu 27 Jan 2022

A study, to be published shortly, builds on research conducted five years ago among secondary school pupils which found that the story by John Boyne regularly elicited misplaced sympathy for Nazis. […]

Boyne’s book is about a friendship between the son of an Auschwitz commandant and a Jewish boy incarcerated in the Nazi concentration camp. Published in 2006, it has sold more than 11m copies worldwide. A film version was made in 2008.

The centre’s report said: “While most young people who took part in the study recognised the narrative as a work of fiction and many were able to identify and critique its most glaring implausibilities and historical inaccuracies, they nonetheless overwhelmingly characterised it as ‘realistic’ and/or ‘truthful’.”

It added that many students, after studying the story, reached conclusions that “contributed significantly to one of the most powerful and problematic misconceptions of this history, that ‘ordinary Germans’ held little responsibility and were by and large ‘brainwashed’ or otherwise entirely ignorant of the unfolding atrocities”.

Among comments from teachers gathered during the research were, “students come to us and literally think the Holocaust IS The Boy In the Striped Pyjamas”; “They come with … ideas that nobody knew about the Holocaust, that people were completely in the dark about it”; and “They feel sorry for the German guard”.

Stuart Foster, the centre’s executive director, said he had no criticism of Boyne for his work of fiction, but using the novel in lessons about a historical event could be problematic. “In an era of fake news and conspiracy theories, it’s very worrying that young people harbour myths and misconceptions about the Holocaust.” […]
Source: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jan/27/
the-boy-in-the-striped-pyjamas-fuels-dangerous-holocaust-fal-lacies

UNIOESTE 2022 - QUESTÃO 03
Com relação ao sentido das palavras em destaque, assinale a alternativa INCORRETA.

a) No título – “The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas ‘may fuel dangerous Holocaust fallacies’” –, o termo “fuel” pode ser traduzido como “abastecer”, indicando que o livro pode estimular falácias perigosas sobre o Holocausto.

b) No trecho “‘ordinary Germans’ held little responsibility and were by and large ‘brainwashed’”, o termo em destaque refere-se ao extermínio dos judeus nos campos de concentração.

c) No trecho “a Jewish boy incarcerated in the Nazi concentration camp”, o termo destacado poderia ser substituído por “imprisoned” ou “confined”, sem prejuízo para o sentido.

d) No trecho “one of the most powerful and problematic misconceptions of this history”, o termo em destaque contém o prefixo mis-, que indica algo incorreto, enganoso, e significa “concepções errôneas”.

e) No trecho “many were able to identify and critique its most glaring implausibilities and historical inaccuracies”, o termo destacado pode ser traduzido por “imprecisões”.

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b) No trecho “‘ordinary Germans’ held little responsibility and were by and large ‘brainwashed’”, o termo em destaque refere-se ao extermínio dos judeus nos campos de concentração.

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