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Elie's fathers knife and spoon
Elie's father had a knife and a spoon that he no longer thought he needed. He was selected as one of the weaker prisoners and was sure he would be killed. With no use for the knife and spoon, he had asked his son to take them, as Elie may find it useful later on. These simple items symbolized some of the few items Elie's father owned. These possessions were very important because Jews during the holocaust had owned almost nothing. They were small items but were so important to them.
Juliek had no other care in the world but to keep his violin at all times. He loved music and in times of complete chaos, his top priority was his violin. "Not too much air... Tired... It's good rest, but my violin..." Juliek was trapped underneath bodies, in danger of losing his life and all he could think of was whether or not his violin was safe. He ended up dead, trampled, but laying right beside him was his violin, which symbolized his love for music in times of complete and utter despair.
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