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Climax: In this scene, Eliezer's father dies. Many of the Jews had died from different sicknesses. Elie's father had died from dysentery. This had been heartbreaking for Eli, but now he would not have to worry of his father any longer and would start living for himself. After the death of his father, nothing much was said for the next few months.
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Falling action: In this scene, Elie had put through much liberation ever since the death of his father. Many of the awful things that happened at the camp still continued. Millions of Jews were killed by this time. But the Red Army was getting close at this point, giving many Jews a spark of hope.
Resolution: The Red Army finally arrives in this scene. All of the Jews were freed. It took the Red Army very long to get there, but they had finally saved them all. But, many of the Jews were either very ill, injured, or too weak to go any where. The Jews were then taken to hospitals. Most of the Jews died even going to the hospital.
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