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Night chapter 6
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What are the overall conditions of the march to the next camp?
They are very hard and dangerous because of the cold. It was a winter storm and they had little clothing.
What happened to anyone who could not keep up with the march?
Anyone who couldn't keep up with the march was shot to death.
Why can't Zalman continue the march? How does Eli treat Zalman?
His stomach began hurting very bad. Eli treats Zalman with kindness.
While running, an idea began to fascinate Eli. What was the idea? What kept him from carrying out his idea?
The idea of death fascinated Eli. The only thing that kept him from trying to die was his father's presence.
Why does the presence of his father give Eli the strength to continue the march?
Elie believes the only reason he's going on is because he needs to take care of his father.
How many miles did the prisoners walk in the snow?
The prisoners walked 42 miles.
Where did Eli and the other prisoners seek refuge? (2 facts)
-In an abandoned village
-Houses were there
What does Eli realize about his father? (2 facts)
-He aged so much
-His body was shriveled
What advice does Eli's father give him?
Eli's father tells Eli to not sleep or he could die.
What was the name of the rabbi Eli mentions in the chapter?
The name of the rabbi is Rabbi Eliahu.
What horrible realization did Eli come to concerning the rabbi and his son?
That his son was trying to get rid of Rabbi because he was dead weight.
What is the prayer Eli recites after this event? Why is this important?
The prayer Eli recites is "Oh God, Master of the Universe, give me strength to never do what Rabbi Elishu's has done". The prayer was to give Elie the strength to continue taking care of and looking after his father.
What was the name of the new camp Eli and the prisoners go to?
The new camp Eli and the other prisoners went to was called Gleiwitz.
Who was Juliek? What did he do before he died? How did this affect Eli?
Juliek was a boy from Poland who played violin in the Buna orchestra. He played a concerto from Beethoven before he died. This affected Eli because he felt that Juliek was serenading the dead.
Why is the violin so important to Juliek?
It was all that Juliek had left, and a reminder of his life before the concentration camps.
What is the importance of Juliek's playing of Beethoven's concerto?
It was a German symphony, therefore forbidden to be played by Jews. Juliek played this out of defiance.
To what does Eli refer when he says he saw the "strange overwhelming little corpse?"
The dead corpse of Juliek laying next to his crushed violin.
How do the prisoners appease their thirst while waiting for the train to arrive?
They eat snow out of each other's backs.
How long did they stay in Gleiwitz?
They stayed in Gleiwitz for three days.
How did Eli save his father at the end of the chapter?
He saved his father by confusing the SS officers so his father wouldn't be sent to the crematorium.
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