Chapter 3, Night
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Immediately after the Jews were unloaded from the train, what do the German officers do?
They seperate the men, children and women
The men then marched before Dr. Josef Mengele. What did he do? What was his purpose?
Mengele asked their age, health and profession, to sort out the young weak and useless.
What did another prisoner say would happen to Elie's group?
They would be burned.
When some of the younger men wanted to rush the guards, even if they died in the effort, what did the older people counsel?
Don't give up hope.
What did Elie witness while he was standing in line?
Babies thrown into the flames.
What was his reaction to what he saw?
The scene of Wiesel and his father approaching the inferno is particularly vivid. How is such artistry achieved?
The chanting of Raddish, counted steps
What did Elie revolt against?
One way an author has to effectively emphasize a point is through selective repetition of a word or phrase. What phrase does Elie use?
Never shall i forget. ....
List the things that Wiesel says he shall never forget.
First night, smoke, children, faces. flames.
Another method emphasis is through the use of imagery. What Images are used frequently throughout Night?
Night, flames, darkness, Germans , sun, Despair
Elie and his father are spared from the flames. What happened to then next in the course of their processing at Auschwitz?
Stripped, shaved, gave prisoners clothing.
This marked the end of Elie's first night at Auschwitz. What natural sign marked the beginning of the next day? What does Elie tell us of the change in himself?
morning star, not a child anymore, the sun rose.
Why did Elie berate himself so severely?
He was mad at himself for not doing anything. He didn't react.
Where was Elie and his father marched to?
They marched to Auschwitz.
What was Elie's first impression of Auschwitz.
It was better than Birkenau. With 2 story cement buildings and gardens.
What was unusual about the prisoner in charge of their barracks?
Optimistic and somewhat human. Nice, treated them with respect.
The next day, the prisoners underwent a last step in their admission process.
They were tattooed with numbers and stripped of their identity.
Who did Elie meet after several days at the camp.
He meet his relative Stein. His mothers cousins husband from Antwerp.
What did Stein want?
Stein wanted to see how his family was.
How did Elie respond to Stein's request from information?
He told them they were fine which was a lie because he hadn't her from them.
How did Elie and his father avoid being transported?
They never signed up as a skilled workers.
Why was the prisoner in charge of their block replaced?
He was to kind. " first human words"
Why did Stein disappear?
He found out the truth about his family.
How did the Jews see their religious; How did Elie feel about God.
They said that their god worked in mysterious ways. Elie ceased to pray. He doubled gods justice.
Finally Elie and his father were moved, where were they taken.
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