"I see a fire! I see flames, huge flames!" pg.25
What are you seeing?
In the concentration camp
"You mustn't eat all at once. Tomorrow is another day..." pg.44
"I imagined a universe without a bell." pg. 73
Analysis: I chose this quote in my storyboard because it represents a foreseen event. Foreseen events are major especially in plots, and are inevitable unless told how to prevent it. this quote gives good significance to the plot as it is being a prediction.
Analysis: I chose this quote because what it says is always true. What we do is going to be another day and its another saying that its inevitable. In Elie's father's word, they had little to eat, so they would save what they have to satisfy themselves for tomorrow.
Analysis: This quote seemed interesting to me only because Elie is showing extreme action towards the bell. There will also be a moment in our lives that we wish for that object to not exist, which is what Elie is going through as shown in this quote.
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