What are the circumstances that bring Wiesenthal to the bedside of the soldier?

Book: The Sunflower by Simon Wiesenthal

Carefully re-read the passages where Wiesenthal describes the dying Nazi, taking notes of things that seem important in the text. What are the circumstances that bring Wiesenthal to the bedside of the soldier? What is his initial reaction? How do his emotions change over the course of the visit? Why do his emotions change? How does Wiesenthal describe Karl? Does Karl come across (focus on the writing itself, not your own opinions of Nazi soldiers) in a sympathetic way? An evil way? A human way? Some other way? Make at least two references to the text in your response to illustrate your ideas.

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