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  • This quote shows how even before Elie entered the concentration camps, his soul and mind were already changing.
  • The student of Talmud, the child I was, had been consumed by the soul had been invaded--and devoured--by a black flame.
  • This quote shows the breakage in the bond between Elie and his father so early in their journey.
  • Had I changed that much? So fast?...My father had just been struck in front of me, and I had not even blinked.
  • This quote shows how Elie had begun to lose hope, and how he accepted that he was now just another number among thousands.
  • I became A-7713. From then on, I had no other name.
  • This quote shows how Elie felt defeated by the terrible punishments he was put through, and how he further lost hope.
  • The idea of dying, of ceasing to be, began to fascinate me.
  • This quote shows that even after everything he's been through, Elie somehow still found the will to survive.
  • But deep inside, I knew that to sleep meant to die. And something in me rebelled against that death.
  • This quote shows the theme of "every man for himself," and how Elie started to feel like his father was dragging him down.
  • 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.
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