Elie's main objective in this chapter is to find a master and he said that "I succeeded on my own in finding a master for myself in the person of Moishe the Beadle" (Wiesel 4).
Chapter 4: The First Raid
While traveling, Ms. Schächter said to the Jews, "Fire! I see a fire!" (Wiesel 25) incessantly.
Chapter 5: Eating during Rosh Hashana
Elie and his father had been transported from Birkenau to Auschwitz and while marching, he "noticed that the barbed wire was behind us" (Wiesel 40) but it did not last long as "no sooner had we taken a few steps than we saw the barbed wire of another camp" (Wiesel 40).
When Elie and his father had been split into two separate groups, the first air raid began which "lasted more than one hour" (Wiesel 60) which ignited the retreat of the Nazis.
During Rosh Hashana, when the Jewish people are supposed to fast, Elie did not fast due to his "father who had forbidden him to do so" (Wiesel 69) and the fact that Elie "no longer accepted God's silence" (Wiesel 69). In Elie's mind, this was a "symbol of rebellion" (Wiesel 69) against the god who seemingly abandoned its people.