Gypsy Camp

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The Gypsies (poem) - Outline of The Poem
... and a colorful, lively description of the activities of a gypsy camp there ... their supper in the fresh field / the horses are at pasture beyond the camp / a tame bear lies uncaged.) The poem is written almost exclusively in iambic tetrameter ... doubts about the possibility of happiness at the Gypsy camp ...
Auschwitz Concentration Camp - Camps - Auschwitz II-Birkenau - The Gypsy Camp
... Sinti and Roma (Gypsies) to concentration camps with Auschwitz being one of the main camps they had been previously sent to internment camps and ghettos such as the Lodz ghetto, to which 5,000 Ungrika (Hungarian) Roma ... A separate camp for the Roma was set up at Auschwitz II-Birkenau known as the Zigeunerfamilienlager ("Gypsy Family Camp") ... The "Gypsy Family Camp", which was still under construction at the time, was to become a separate subcamp within Auschwitz II ...
Thinner (film) - Plot
... While driving one night, Billy accidentally runs over an elderly gypsy woman named Suzanne Lempke (Irma St ... curse, Billy intends to search for the gypsy carnival but learns it has moved ... He finds the gypsy camp and tries to reason with Lempke, but Lempke, unconvinced, tells Billy to leave ...

Famous quotes containing the words camp and/or gypsy:

    When the weather is bad as it was yesterday, everybody, almost everybody, feels cross and gloomy. Our thin linen tents—about like a fish seine, the deep mud, the irregular mails, the never to-be-seen paymasters, and “the rest of mankind,” are growled about in “old-soldier” style. But a fine day like today has turned out brightens and cheers us all. We people in camp are merely big children, wayward and changeable.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    You and you alone bring out the gypsy in me.
    Ira Gershwin (1896–1983)