Night by Ellie Weisel

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  • Night
  • Shoes
  • Valuables
  • Chapter One
  • Jews, listen to me! That's all I ask of you.  No money. No pity. Just listen to me!
  • Chapter Two
  • It's nothing, Mother!  There's nothing there...Please sit down...
  • Fire!  I see a fire!
  • Written by Ellie Wiesel, Night tells the story of a young man who faced the wild consequences of a world gone mad.
  • Chapter Three
  • The world?  The world is not interested in us.  Today, everything is possible, even the crematoria...
  • Father, if this is true, the I don't want to wait.  I'll run into the electrified barbed wire.  That would be easier than a slow death inflames.
  • Moshie the Beatle franticaly atempts to warn the Jews abut the Nazis.   Though Moshie is a well trusted man no one seems to believe in him.  Moshie continues to plead
  • Chapter Four
  • What?  A ration of my bread so you can have my crown?
  • I knew it, I knew that I would win, kid.   Better late tha never.  And because you made me wait, it will also cost you a ration of bread.  A ration of bread for one of my pals,  a famous dentist from Warsaw.  To pay him for pulling out your crown.
  • As Ellie and his family travel to a concentration camp along with many other Jews something that seems almost paranormal seems to happen.  As the Jews are traveling a woman in the rail car begins to scream that she sees a fire, although there seems to be nothing but darkness around.  Hours later a fire comes into view although the woman had started the screaming long ago.
  • Chapter Five
  • Slowly Ellie begins to realize what is going on in these camps.  He questions everything.  He panics trying to find hope in God, in the world, in anything.  Though Ellie tries to believe that the world ton allow these events to take place.  His father being less naive reminds him that the Jewish race has no value to the world anymore.  Ellie explains to his father that he would rather take his own life than die a slow death in flames.
  • After many weeks of hassel Ellie must give up his gold crown for his father's sake.  Ellie had fought with the dentist for weeks, but the dentist had found his weak spot, his father.  The dentist and other officers began to make fun of his father and hurt him, both mentally and physically.
  • What are You, my God?  How do you compare to this stricken mass gathered to affirm to You their faith, their anger, their defiance?  What does Your grandeur mean, Master of the Universe, in the face of all this cowardice, this decay, and this misery?  Why do you go one troubling these poor people's wounded minds, their ailing bodies?
  • After the painful;events and experiences Ellie has been through, he begins to question his faith.
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