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Night Study Guide_Ch5
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Wiesel's description of himself as "ashes" is an example of which figure of speeches? What does the term suggest?
During Yom Kippur, what did the prisoners debate?
whether to fast or not.
The head of Elie's block gave some words of advice to the prisoners to improve their chances and avoid being selected. What did he say?
to move around to look healthy and not to walk but to run.
What did the head of the block tell everyone after the selection process was over? Why did he say this?
that the hardest part was over and that they should stick together.
Several days later though, some of the prisoners were told that they were not to report to work but would instead stay in camp. What was to become of these men?
they would have to go through another selection to see if they were useful.
What happened to Elie's father?
he made it through the selection.
Why was Akiba Drumer chosen for selection according to Elie?
because he had lost hope and couldn't go on.
Two days after Elie's operation, what rumor began circulating around the camp? Why as this good news for the prisoners?
that the red-army was going to attack the camp and free them.
The prisoners had heard similar rumors in the past. Why were they particularly hopeful this time?
because they had heard cannons in the distance.
Why did Elie's hospital neighbor refuse to be fooled?
because ho thought that the only one that had been true to his promise was Hitler.
What bad news did the prisoners receive that day? What choice did Elie and his father have to make that day? What was their decision?
they hear that they were being evacuated. they had to decide whether to stay or go. They decided to take their chances and go.
What became of those people who stayed behind in the hospital?
they were freed.
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