- How has Elie changed?
- What happened in chapter 4 of the book night?
- How has Elie changed from the beginning of the novel to this section?
- Where is Elie in Chapter 4?
- What is the purpose of Chapter 4?
- What is the theme of Chapter 4 in night?
- How does Elie feel about God Chapter 4?
- Why does the Gypsy strike Elie’s father?
- Why did Elie and his father lie to Dr Mengele?
- Do the released prisoners think of revenge?
- What did Mrs Schachter scream about?
- How old was Mrs Schachter?
- Do you remember Mrs Schachter in the train?
How has Elie changed?
Due to his time in the concentration camps and Holocaust, Elie changes drastically as he is forced to take care more of himself for survival’s sake. Due to family separation, brutal treatment, Wiesel is transformed so drastically that his father’s passing is viewed as freeing.
What happened in chapter 4 of the book night?
The dentist’s surgery is shut down because the dentist is to be hanged for extorting some of the gold he extracted from patients. Eliezer plans to use his crown to buy bread and describes how his life had become focused around his stomach and food. One day the Kapo, Idek, flies into a rage and starts beating Eliezer.
How has Elie changed from the beginning of the novel to this section?
He completely loses his identity. In the beginning, Elie is completely happy, and life is normal. He thinks he understands who he is, what he wants, and how he should act. However, after his traumatic experiences, he begins to lose sight of his identity; he becomes apathetic and cold.
Where is Elie in Chapter 4?
Eliezer remains in a camp located in Buna with his father on the musicians’ block run by a sweet Jewish man. The two work in a warehouse under the power of Idek, an irrational and unpredictable foreman, where Elie is responsible for counting electrical parts.
What is the purpose of Chapter 4?
What is the purpose of Chapter 4 or the Findings or Results Chapter? This chapter should provide the product of your analytic process. Think of it as a “stand alone” chapter that you could hand to a friend and just by reading it, they would know exactly what you discovered through your study.
What is the theme of Chapter 4 in night?
Faith 4: On the Jewish New Year, Elie feels a strong rebellion against God. He becomes the accuser and God the accused. But in his rebellion against his faith in God, he also feels alone and empty. The Jews debate whether they should fast for Yom Kippur.
How does Elie feel about God Chapter 4?
Eliezer feels as if his belief in God dies with that boy. Earlier, Eliezer ceased to be able to pray to God because he no longer believed that God was just. Now he has seen so much evil that he no longer believes in God at all.
Why does the Gypsy strike Elie’s father?
The gypsy man struck Elie’s father in order to demonstrate his supposed superiority over his prisoners. It seems like an odd system to have prisoners watching prisoners, but the system worked because men like the gypsy would enforce Nazi concentration camp order in hopes of receiving better treatment from the Nazis.
Why did Elie and his father lie to Dr Mengele?
Why did Elie and his father lie to Dr. Mengele? They gave an older age and a younger age to avoid the furnace.
Do the released prisoners think of revenge?
Wiesel comments that none of the prisoners think of revenge when they are first freed. No matter what revenge Eliezer and the other prisoners may seek from the Nazis, there is no way that they can undo what has already been done.
What did Mrs Schachter scream about?
Madame Schächter, a middle-aged woman who is on the train with her ten-year-old son, soon cracks under the oppressive treatment to which the Jews are subjected. On the third night, she begins to scream that she sees a fire in the darkness outside the car.
How old was Mrs Schachter?
Do you remember Mrs Schachter in the train?
Why did Eliezer and his father lie to Dr. Why does Eliezer’s father ask him, “Do you remember Mrs. Schachter in the train?”? Because she mentioned the flames on the way to the first camp, and she was right about the fire.