Night Storyboard 2

Night Storyboard 2

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  • This quote demonstrates Elie's initial personality, which was completely devoted to religion and exceptionally hopeful.
  • By day I studied the Talmud and by night I would run to the synagogue to weep over the destruction of the Temple.
  • This quote demonstrates a shift in regards to Elie's character. Almost instantly, Elie's initial personality fades away. His childlike self is forced to take on the responsibilites of an adult at such a young age.
  • The student of Talmud, the child I was, had been consumed by the flames. All that was left was a shape that resembled me. My soul had been invaded- and devoured- by a black flame.
  • This quote demonstrates the loss of identity. After that period, it seemed as if there was truly nothing significant to live for, yet there was still a will to survive, regardless of the circumstances.
  • I became A-7713. From then on, I had no other name.
  • I remained in Buchenwald until April 11. I shall not describe my life during that period. It no longer mattered. Since my father's death, nothing mattered to me anymore.
  • This quote emphasizes the fact that Elie's character is gradually adapting to a common principle in the book which is the idea of "every man for himself".
  • I had watched it all happening without moving. I kept silent. In fact, I thought of stealing away in order not to suffer the blows.
  • Yet again, this quote explains the fact that Weisel does in fact consider fending for himself. Despite that fact, Elie is always overruled by the impending guilt he will have to endure.
  • I went to look for him. Yet at the same time a thought crept into my mind: If only I didn't Find him! If only I were relieved of this responsibility, I could use all my strength to fight for my own survival, to take care only of myself... Instantly, I felt ashamed, ashamed of myself forever.
  • Finally, this quote demonstrates Elie's resulting character. After a series of traumatic experiences, Elie was never able to find meaning in life. His father had been his source of hope and sanity.
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