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Allusion

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Keith Abel

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of Allusion

Allusion Group How does Passover shed light on this scene? Passover During the 14th or 13th century B.C., the Pharoh
released the Isrraelites, where the Isrealites quickly packed up
their belongings and fled. After they all left, the Pharoh's army
chased them through the desert to the Red Sea, where the
Isrealites were trapped. Moses, their leader, used the power
of his STAFF to part the waves of the sea, so they could cross to
the other side, then they closed the sea, trapping the army. Passover sheds a new light by creating irony when compared to the holocaulst. Preparations Where ironic The Isrealites, had little time to prepare to leave, but inversely the Jews, preparing to celebrate Passover during the Holocaust, had lots of time to prepare, and celebrate. Quote #1
"The week of Passover. The weather was wonderful. My mother bustled round the kitchen." Quote #2
"But already they were issuing new decrees. We were no longer allowed to go into restaurants or cafes, to travel on teh railway, to attend the synagogue, to go out into the street after six o'clock. Then came the ghetto." In Night, the Jews where being enslaved during passover and the Isrealites where becoming free.
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