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Elie in chapter one was religious and he prayed every time at night, without questioning his beliefs. "Why did I pray? Strange question. Why did I live? why did I breathe?"(Wiesel 4). Elie would also fast, "I looked at my house in which I had spent years seeking my God fasting to hasten the coming of the Messiah..."(Wiesel 19). In the picture I show how Elie is praying at night, in his house. Elie lived with his entire family. Elie was also in so much better condition (He got plenty of food here). "They ordered us to run. We began to run. Who would have thought that we were so strong?"(Wiesel 19).
By chapter 6, Elie is not the same. Elie is no longer as religious, he know questions and rebells his beliefs "What are you my God? I thought angrily."(Wiesel 66). "Blessed be Gods name? Why but why would I bless Him? Every fiber of me rebelled."(Wiesel 67). Elie as well stopped fasting for God. "...there was no longer any reason for me to fast. I no longer accepted God's silence."(Wiesel 69). Elie also lost all his hair when he first arrived in Auschwitz, so he is know bald. "Their clipppers tore out our hair, shaved every hair on our bodies"(Wiesel 35). Elie also has gotten skinnier by chapter 6. They only receive a ration of bread a soup, but never plenty sometimes they don't eat at all. "...for three days. Days without food or water...I was hungry and thirsty."(Wiesel 95) Elie was also weak because of this. "Only now did I feel the full extent of my weakness."(Wiesel 88). I tried to show in this picture how Elie is bald, not praying and much skinner than in the first box.
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