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Both A and B in my opinion
the end of number the stars lines right up with the end of world war ii. this seems like a natural stopping point, because at the end of the war, the different threads of the story can all be woven together. sure, we already know that the rosens made it off to sweden safely, but fast forwarding to the end of the war assures us that all of our characters are safe and sound.
but wait a second. even with this tidy ending, we don't get closure on everything. we know what has happened to the johansens and to peter (r.i. but where are the rosens? where's ellen? what will her homecoming be like? will annemarie and ellen still be the friends that they used to be? or will their experiences in "different worlds" (10.4) have pushed them too far apart? what other questions would you like to hear answered?
and don't forget: at the end of number the stars, the nazis' reign has ended. but the healing—of copenhagen, of the jews—has barely begun.
this song reminds everyone that the world is ours and we all must cherish it. it is full of hope and love.
the part where he says "i see friends shaking hands saying how do you
they're really saying i love you" is where our hearts might feel more connected to the song as we all aspire to feel belonged and loved.
"yes i think to myself what a wonderful world" our place and our lives makes it more beautiful.
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