The first cell represents Elie before leaving to auschwitz. He is on his knees in front of a religious building to show he is religious and wearing a yellow star to represent he is Jew.
The second cells represents Elie at the end of chapter 6 wearing the clothing he was given. he is also dirty due to the conditions and surroundings he is in.
Elie Before Leaving For Camp
Elie at the end of chapter 6
Elie is a very religous boy. "I asked my father to find me a master who could guide me in my studies of Kabbalah" (Wiesel 4)
Elie is wearing "Protective" clothing and is dirty. "We each had to put on several garments...protect ourselves from the cold" (Wiesel 83) "I must have been very dirty" (Wiesel 95)
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