In this allegory, the author's reaction to the Holocaust, the animals of the forest are carried away, one type after another, by the Terrible Things, not realizing that if perhaps they would all stick together and not look the other way, such terrible things might not happen.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - engpunk77 - LibraryThing
What do you do when some people are taken away? Do you think yourself lucky that it wasn't you and go about your business? What happens when they come for you? There won't be anyone left to help you ... Read full review
TERRIBLE THINGS: An Allegory Of The HolocaustUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
An earnest fable that is too ponderous and too shadowy to be effective. It opens with the small forest creatures, content in the clearing "until the day the Terrible Things came." Rabbit sees their ... Read full review