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ELIE WIESELHTTPS WWW GOOGLE CA SEARCH Q E... ODQCQ VED 0CAYQ AUOAQ BIW 1117... 252FIZQUOTES COM 252FQUOTES P... ELIE WIESEL 311753 JPG 3BHTTP ... .
TITLE NEVER SHALL I FORGET THATNIGHT THE FIRST NIGHT IN CAMP WHICHHAD TURNED MY LIFE INTO ONE LONGNIGHT NEVER P 32 IXIMAGE OF CHIMNEY AND NIGHT.
A THEMATIC LINK B AUTHORIAL INTRUSION C CHARACTER CHANGE D CAUSE AND LASTING EFFECTS OF THE E REMEMBRANCE AND MEMORY.
HTTP WWW YOUTUBE COM WATCH V E... BORN SEPTEMBER 30 1928BIRTHPLACE SIGHET TRANSYLVANIA NOW ROMANIA ELIE WIESEL IS A ROMANIAN BORN.
JEWISH AMERICAN AUTHOR POLITICALACTIVIST AND HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR HE IS WELL KNOWN FOR THE BOOKNIGHT WHICH WAS BASED ON HISEXPERIENCES AS A PRISONER IN THE.
AUSCHWITZ BUNA AND BUCHENWALDCONCENTRATION CAMPS NOBEL PEACE PRIZE NOBEL PEACE PRIZEHTTPS WWW GOOGLE CA SEARCH Q I... .
6R8KKYEJVGE0SRYELGTDLM1BRVGVXC... WRITER 25252F SOURCE IU USG GP... 252F1 252F1 252F1 252F1 252F1... WIESEL WAS AWARDED THE NOBEL PEACEPRIZE IN 1986 THE NORWEGIAN NOBEL.
COMMITTEE CALLED HIM A MESSENGER TOMANKIND NOTING THAT THROUGH HISSTRUGGLE TO COME TO TERMS WITH HISOWN PERSONAL EXPERIENCE OF TOTALHUMILIATION AND OF THE UTTER CONTEMPT.
FOR HUMANITY SHOWN IN HITLER S DEATHCAMPS AS WELL AS HIS PRACTICAL WORKIN THE CAUSE OF PEACE WIESEL HASDELIVERED A POWERFUL MESSAGE OFPEACE ATONEMENT AND HUMAN DIGNITY .
TO HUMANITY NOBEL PEACE PRIZEDEC 10 1986 IN OSLO PP 117 120 I REMEMBER IT HAPPENED YESTERDAY OR ETERNITIES AGO A YOUNG JEWISH BOY DISCOVEREDTHE KINGDOM OF NIGHT I REMEMBER HIS BEWILDERMENT I REMEMBER HIS ANGUISH IT HAPPENED.
SO FAST THE GHETTO THE DEPORTATION THE SEALED CATTLE CAR THE FIERY ALTAR UPON WHICHTHE HISTORY OF OUR PEOPLE AND THE FUTURE OF MANKIND WERE MEANT TO BE SACRIFICED P 118 THE OPPOSITE OF LOVE IS NOT HATE IT S INDIFFERENCE THE OPPOSITE OF ART IS NOT UGLINESS IT S INDIFFERENCE THE OPPOSITE OF FAITH IS NOT HERESY IT S INDIFFERENCE AND THE OPPOSITEOF LIFE IS NOT DEATH IT S INDIFFERENCE .
AND THAT IS WHY I SWORE NEVER TO BE SILENT WHENEVER AND WHEREVER HUMAN BEINGSENDURED SUFERING WE MUST TAKE SIDES P 118 ELIE WIESEL ONE PERSON OF INTEGRITY CAN MAKE ADIFFERENCE A DIFFERENCE OF LIFE AND.
DEATH P 120 IF THE ONLY PRAYER YOU SAY THROUGHOUT YOUR LIFE IS THANK YOU THEN THAT WILL BE ENOUGH I SPEAK TO YOU AND EXPRESS MY GRATITUDE AS ONE WHO HASEMERGED FROM THE KINGDOM OF NIGHT WE KNOW THAT EVERY MOMENT IS.
A MOMENT OF GRACE EVERY HOUR AN OFFERING NOT TO SHARE THEMWOULD MEAN TO BETRAY THEM OUR LIVES NO LONGER BELONG TO USALONE THEY BELONG TO ALL THOSE WHO NEED US DESPERATELY P 120 NIGHT TITLE AND SYMBOLTHE KINGDOM OF NIGHT.
THE BIBLE BEGINS WITH GOD S CREATION OF THE EARTH WHEN GOD FIRST BEGINS HIS CREATION THE EARTHIS WITHOUT FORM AND VOID AND DARKNESS IS UPON THE FACE OF THE DEEP GENESIS 1 2 KING JAMES GOD S FIRST ACT IS TO CREATE LIGHT AND DISPEL THIS DARKNESS DARKNESS AND NIGHT THEREFORESYMBOLIZE A WORLD WITHOUT GOD S PRESENCE IN NIGHT WIESEL EXPLOITS THIS ALLUSION NIGHT ALWAYSOCCURS WHEN SUFFERING IS WORST AND ITS PRESENCE REFLECTS ELIEZER S BELIEF THAT HE LIVES IN A.
WORLD WITHOUT GOD THE FIRST TIME ELIEZER MENTIONS THAT N IGHT FELL IS WHEN HIS FATHER IS INTERRUPTED WHILE TELLINGSTORIES AND INFORMED ABOUT THE DEPORTATION OF JEWS IT IS NIGHT WHEN ELIEZER FIRST ARRIVES AT BIRKENAU AUSCHWITZ AND IT IS NIGHT SPECIFICALLY PITCHDARKNESS WHEN THE PRISONERS BEGIN THEIR HORRIBLE RUN FROM BUNA .
COVER YOU EYES WITH YOUR RIGHT HAND AND SAY HEAR O ISRAEL THE L RD IS OUR G D THE L RD IS ONE RECITE THE FOLLOWING VERSE IN AN UNDERTONE BLESSED BE THE NAME OF THE GLORY OF HIS KINGDOM FOREVER AND EVER YOU SHALL LOVE THE L RD YOUR G D WITH ALL YOUR HEART WITH ALL YOUR SOUL AND WITH ALL YOUR.
MIGHT AND THESE WORDS WHICH I COMMAND YOU TODAY SHALL BE UPON YOUR HEART YOU SHALL TEACHTHEM THOROUGHLY TO YOUR CHILDREN AND YOU SHALL SPEAK OF THEM WHEN YOU SIT IN YOUR HOUSEAND WHEN YOU WALK ON THE ROAD WHEN YOU LIE DOWN AND WHEN YOU RISE YOU SHALL BIND THEM ASA SIGN UPON YOUR HAND AND THEY SHALL BE FOR A REMINDER BETWEEN YOUR EYES AND YOU SHALLWRITE THEM UPON THE DOORPOSTS OF YOUR HOUSE AND UPON YOUR GATES.
CONTINUED AND IT WILL BE IF YOU WILL DILIGENTLY OBEY MY COMMANDMENTS WHICH I ENJOINUPON YOU THIS DAY TO LOVE THE L RD YOUR G D AND TO SERVE HIM WITH ALL YOURHEART AND WITH ALL YOUR SOUL I WILL GIVE RAIN FOR YOUR LAND AT THE PROPERTIME THE EARLY RAIN AND THE LATE RAIN AND YOU WILL GATHER IN YOUR GRAIN .
YOUR WINE AND YOUR OIL AND I WILL GIVE GRASS IN YOUR FIELDS FOR YOUR CATTLE AND YOU WILL EAT AND BE SATED TAKE CARE LEST YOUR HEART BE LURED AWAY ANDYOU TURN ASTRAY AND WORSHIP ALIEN GODS AND BOW DOWN TO THEM FOR THENTHE L RD S WRATH WILL FLARE UP AGAINST YOU AND HE WILL CLOSE THE HEAVENS SOTHAT THERE WILL BE NO RAIN AND THE EARTH WILL NOT YIELD ITS PRODUCE AND YOU.
WILL SWIFTLY PERISH FROM THE GOOD LAND WHICH THE L RD GIVES YOU THE SHEMA THEREFORE PLACE THESE WORDS OF MINE UPON YOUR HEART AND UPONYOUR SOUL AND BIND THEM FOR A SIGN ON YOUR HAND AND THEY SHALLBE FOR A REMINDER BETWEEN YOUR EYES YOU SHALL TEACH THEM TO.
YOUR CHILDREN TO SPEAK OF THEM WHEN YOU SIT IN YOUR HOUSE ANDWHEN YOU WALK ON THE ROAD WHEN YOU LIE DOWN AND WHEN YOU RISE AND YOU SHALL INSCRIBE THEM ON THE DOORPOSTS OF YOUR HOUSE ANDON YOUR GATES SO THAT YOUR DAYS AND THE DAYS OF YOUR CHILDRENMAY BE PROLONGED ON THE LAND WHICH THE L RD SWORE TO YOUR.
FATHERS TO GIVE TO THEM FOR AS LONG AS THE HEAVENS ARE ABOVE THE THE SHEMAHTTP WWW CHABAD ORG LIBRARY AR... FROM SIDDUR TEHILLAT HASHEM COPYRIGHT KEHOT PUBLICATION SOCIETY BROOKLYN NYPUBLISHED AND COPYRIGHT BY KEHOT PUBLICATION SOCIETY ALL RIGHTS RESERVED .
THE L RD SPOKE TO MOSES SAYING SPEAK TO THE CHILDREN OF ISRAEL AND TELLTHEM TO MAKE FOR THEMSELVES FRINGES ON THE CORNERS OF THEIR GARMENTSTHROUGHOUT THEIR GENERATIONS AND TO ATTACH A THREAD OF BLUE ON THEFRINGE OF EACH CORNER THEY SHALL BE TO YOU AS TZIZIT AND YOU SHALL LOOKUPON THEM AND REMEMBER ALL THE COMMANDMENTS OF THE L RD AND FULFILL.
THEM AND YOU WILL NOT FOLLOW AFTER YOUR HEART AND AFTER YOUR EYES BYWHICH YOU GO ASTRAY SO THAT YOU MAY REMEMBER AND FULFILL ALL MYCOMMANDMENTS AND BE HOLY TO YOUR G D I AM THE L RD YOUR G D WHO BROUGHTYOU OUT OF THE LAND OF EGYPT TO BE YOUR G D I THE L RD AM YOUR G D TRUE SABBATH.
SABBATH TRADITION JUDAISM IS MORE THAN SIMPLY A RELIGION IT IS AN ENTIRE CULTURE THAT HAS FOR MOST OF ITS ALMOST 6 000 YEAR EXISTENCE BEEN A DISPERSED CULTURE A NATION WITHOUT A COUNTRY A PEOPLE WITHOUT A HOME .
AS A RESULT MEMORY AND TRADITION PLAY A SIGNIFICANT ROLE IN JEWISH LIFE IN THE ABSENCE OF ANY GEOGRAPHICCONTINUITY JUDAISM RELIES ON CUSTOMS OBSERVANCES AND TRADITIONS PASSED DOWN FROM GENERATION TOGENERATION AS THE MARKERS AND BEARERS OF CULTURAL IDENTITY HITLER AND THE NAZIS WANTED NOT ONLY TO DESTROY THE JEWISH PEOPLE BUT ALSO TO HUMILIATE THEM ANDERADICATE ALL VESTIGES OF JUDAISM .
AS ELIEZER RELATES IN NIGHT THE GERMANS DESECRATED JEWISH TEMPLES FORCED JEWS TO BREAK DIETARY LAWS ANDDELIBERATELY SHAVED THEIR HEADS AND TATTOOED THEM IN VIOLATION OF JEWISH SCRIPTURE THE NAZI GENOCIDE WASAN ATTEMPT TO WIPE OUT AN ENTIRE PEOPLE INCLUDING ALL SENSE OF NATIONAL AND CULTURAL UNITY STORY TELLING CONVERSATION AND STORYTELLING HAVE ALWAYS BEEN IMPORTANT ELEMENTS OF JEWISH FOLK TRADITION.
SHLOMO S STORYTELLING SYMBOLIZES JEWISH CULTURE AS A WHOLE HIS STORY IS INTERRUPTED BY THEARRIVAL OF THE NAZIS JUST AS THE HOLOCAUST ATTEMPTED TO INTERRUPT JEWISH HISTORY AS A WHOLE THROUGHOUT THE BOOK ELIEZER CLINGS TO TRADITION EVEN AFTER HIS FAITH HAS APPARENTLY BEEN LOST BECAUSE IT SERVES AS AN IMPORTANT LINK TO LIFE OUTSIDE THE HOLOCAUST BEYOND THE TERROR ANDOPPRESSION HE IS EXPERIENCING .
HE STRUGGLES WITH THE QUESTION OF FASTING ON YOM KIPPUR HE EXPRESSES REGRET WHEN HE FORGETS TO SAY KADDISH A MOURNER S PRAYER FOR HIS DECEASED FRIENDAKIBA DRUMER NOT BECAUSE HE FEELS THAT HE HAS FORSAKEN AN OBLIGATION TO GOD BUT BECAUSE HEFEELS THAT HE HAS FORSAKEN HIS COMMITMENT TO HIS FELLOW JEWS AND FELLOW PRISONERS THE MOURNERS KADDISH.
THE KADDISHHumanity is not concerned with us Today anything is Elie s farther loses faith in mankind in his God allowed p 30 He weepsAnd they begin to recite the Kaddish the prayer for thedead for themselves.
Faith crisisElie wishes for own death p 31 I was face to face with the Angel of Death p 30 Biblical allusion note reference to SS ELIEZER WIESEL IDENTIFICATIONNUMBER A 7713 .
ELIEZER WIESEL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER A 7713 THE NARRATOR OF THE BOOK ELIEZER IS TAKEN TO CONCENTRATION CAMPS INCZECHOSLOVAKIA AND GERMANY AT THE AGE OF FOURTEEN AS A YOUNG BOY IN SIGHET TRANSYLVANIA HE IS VERY DEVOUT AND INTERESTED INJEWISH MYSTICISM KABBALAH.
HIS RELIGIOUS FAITH IS CHALLENGED BUT NOT DESTROYED DURING HIS TIME INCONCENTRATION CAMPS SEPARATED FROM HIS MOTHER AND SISTER UPON FIRST ARRIVING AT BIRKENAU ELIEZER AND HIS FATHER ARE ABLE TO REMAIN TOGETHER ALMOST ENTIRELY INCONCENTRATION CAMPS .
GRAPHIC ORGANIZER CHARACTER MAP IS VERY DEVOTED TO HIS FATHER EXAMPLES SHARING RATIONS AND LOOK OUT FOR EACH OTHER INTERNAL CONFLICT THE BRUTALITY OF CAMP LIFE WEAKENS ELIEZER S DEVOTION TO FATHER CAUSING HIM RESENTMENT ANGER SHAME AND GUILT ELIEZER BECOMES CONCERNED WITH HISOWN SURVIVAL FEEDING HIMSELF TRYING TO ESCAPE NAZI BRUTALITY THE INSTINCT OF SELF .
PRESERVATION OFTEN OVERSHADOW HIS CONCERN FOR HIS FATHER WHO HE BITTERLY EXPECTSTO TAKE CARE OF HIMSELF A FEW MONTHS BEFORE THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS ARE LIBERATED ELIEZER S FOOT SWELLSFROM THE COLD AND HE HAS TO UNDERGO AN OPERATION IRONICALLY THREE DAYS AFTER LIBERATION OF BUCHENWALD HE BECAME ILL FROM SOME KIND OF.
POISONING AND SPENT 2 WEEKS FIGHTING FOR HIS LIFE A7713 PROTAGONIST AND POINT OF VIEW ELIEZER IS MORE THAN JUST A TRADITIONAL PROTAGONIST HIS DIRECT EXPERIENCE IS THEENTIRE SUBSTANCE OF NIGHT HE TELLS HIS STORY IN A HIGHLY SUBJECTIVE FIRST PERSON AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL VOICE .
RESULT INTIMATE PERSONAL ACCOUNT OF THE HOLOCAUST THROUGH DIRECT DESCRIPTIVELANGUAGE THROUGH THE VOICE OF AN ADOLESCENT MANY BOOKS ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST USE A GENERALIZED HISTORICAL OR EPIC PERSPECTIVE TOPAINT A BROAD PICTURE OF THIS PERIOD IN HISTORY ELIEZER S ACCOUNT IS LIMITED IN SCOPE BUT ON THE OTHER HAND IT IS A PERSONAL.
PERSPECTIVE THEREBY AFFORDING THE READER A GLIMPSE INTO A BRUTAL BUT INTIMATEDESCRIPTION OF LIFE UNDER THE NAZIS IT IS IMPORTANT TO DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN THE AUTHOR OF NIGHT ELIE WIESEL AND ITSNARRATOR AND PROTAGONIST ELIEZER THAT A DISTINCTION CAN BE MADE DOES NOT MEAN THAT NIGHT IS A WORK OF FICTION FOR.
INSTANCE WHAT HAPPENS TO ELIEZER IS EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENED TO WIESEL DURING THEHOLOCAUST BUT ELIE ALTERS SOME SMALL FACT TO DISTANCE HIMSELF FROM THEPROTAGONIST FOR INSTANCE HE ACTUALLY WOUNDED HIS KNEE IN THE CONCENTRATIONCAMPS WHEREAS ELIEZER WOUNDS HIS FOOT REMEMBER IT IS EXTREMELY TRAUMATICFOR A SURVIVOR TO REMEMBER AND WRITE ABOUT HIS.
OR HER HOLOCAUST EXPERIENCE THUS THE CREATING A NARRATOR ALLOWS THE AUTHOR TODISTANCE HIMSELF SOMEWHAT FROM THE TRAUMA AND SUFFERING ABOUT WHICH HE WRITES THE PURPOSE WHY WIESEL WROTE NIGHT WHAT AUDIENCE WOULD IT APPEAL TO POINTS QUOTES.
WIESEL DID NOT WRITE NIGHT MERELY TO DID I WRITE IT SO AS NOT TO GODOCUMENT HISTORICAL TRUTHS ABOUTPHYSICAL EVENTS THE MEMOIR ISMADOR ON THE CONTRARY TO GOCONCERNED WITH THE EMOTIONAL TRUTH MAD IN ORDER TO UNDERSTAND.
ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST AS EXPERIENCED BY THE NATURE OF MADNESS INDIVIDUALS BOOKS LIKE PEOPLE HAVE ATERRIFYING MADNESS THAT HADDESTINY FOR IN THE END IT IS ALLERUPTED IN HISTORY AND IN THE.
ABOUT MEMORY ITS SOURCES ANDMAGNITUDE ITS CONSEQUENCES P XV CONSCIENCE OF MANKING P VIINight. By . Elie Wiesel. ... Night---> Dawn---> move on Saturday (Jewish Sabbath) moved to Synagogue which had been pillaged and detained for 24 hours. Sunday morning: 80 people board each cattle car, car is sealed, person put in charge if there was an escapee he would shot, few loaves of bread and few buckets of water only substance ...

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