Fatin Almaroof 2 Elies
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In chapter 1 of 'night' by Elie Wiesel, Elie was religious. I know this because "he watched me one day as I prayed at dusk..I continued to devote myself to my studies" (Wiesel 6-8). This quote shows that in chapter 1, Elie cared about religion and prayed every night.
In chapter 4 of 'Night' By Elie Wiesel, Elie is not religious at all. I know this because "For God's sake, where is God? And from within me, I heard a voice answer "Where he is? This is where-hanging from this gallows"(Wiesel 65) This quote shows that Elie doesn't believe in god anymore and lost all hope in God. He talks about how god is nonexistent anymore, and how God doesn't do anything to help.
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