Elie Wiesel - Night

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Elie Wiesel - Night

Powerful Passages: 1. I had neither the desire nor solve to get up. Yet I obeyed. It was not really a shed, but a brick factory whose roof had fallen in. Its windowpanes were shattered, its walls covered in soot. It was not easy to get inside. Hundreds of prisoners jostled one another at the door.2. One day when I was able to get up, I decided to look at myself in the mirror on the opposite wall. I had not seen myself since the ghetto.Theme:Difficult times change someone.

Resolution:When the guards free the JewsPoint of View:First personProtagonist: Antagonist:Elie Natzi’sTone: EmotionalMood: Serious

Summary: In the story Night Elie and his family are taken to the camp. His mom and sister are taken away from Elie and his dad. While Elie and his dad were in the camp Elie’s dad gets sick. When Elie’s dad was sick Elie was really scared. Then Elie’s dad died. After his dad died the guards freed the Jews.

Conflict: Elie doesn’t know if his family is going to get out of the camp Alive

Setting:Aushwitz, World war 2

Conflict: Elie doesn’t know if his family is going to get out of the camp Alive

Night Elie Wiesel

Climax:When Elie’s dad dies


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