"Night" Johnna Thatch

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Book Reports
Grade:
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"Night" Johnna Thatch

Night By: Elie WieselJohnna Thatch

"What can we expect? It's war...."(4).

"We marched. Gates opened and closed. We continued to march between the barbed wire"(40).

"On everyone's back, there was a sack. In everyone's eyes, tears and distress. Slowly, heavily, the procession advanced toward the gate of the ghetto"(17).

"Small children. Babies! Yes, I did see this, with my own eyes...children thrown into the flames"(32).

"Faster! Faster! Move, you lazy good-for-nothings!"(19).

"I was a body. Perhaps less than that even: a starved stomach. The stomach alone was aware of the passage of time"(50).

"How could I forget that concert, given to an audience of dying and dead men" (90).

"You are lucky, little fellow"(50).

"We were not afraid. And yet, if a bomb had fallen on the blocks, it would have claimed hundreds of inmates' lives"(60).

"OUR FIRST ACT AS FREE MEN was to throw ourselves onto the provisions. That's all we thought about. No thought of revenge, or of parents. Only of bread"(115).

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