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Night By: Elie Wiesel

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Emily Mayles

on 20 September 2015

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Transcript of Night By: Elie Wiesel

This quote shows an individual indifference because Elie's father is giving up. He thinks there is no point in going on with his life.
Quote # 4
" I can't anymore... It's over... I shall die right here..."
Quote # 1
" I have more faith in Hitler than anyone else. He alone has kept his promises, all his promises, to the Jewish people."
"In the wagon where the bread had landed, a battle had ensued. Men were hurling themselves against each other, trampling, tearing at and mauling each other."
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This quote shows indifference because the Jewish people gave up on themselves and resulted in Hitler because he was the only one who told the Jews the truth about what he would do.
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Quote # 3
" Meir, my little Meir! Don't you recognize me... You're killing me your father... I have bread... for you too... for you too..."
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Interpretation
This quote shows indifference because it shows how it can drive a man to desperate measures. In this scene of the memoir a man kills his father out of pure insanity.
This quote shows indifference because neither society nor any man cared about the Jews in that cattle car. The onlookers found in humorous to see the Jews destroying one another.
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Night By: Elie Wiesel
Presented By: Emily Mayles

Modern Day Issue
A big issue that didn't just take place as Night was taking place, but is still taking place to this very day. I am talking about Racism and how much worse it has gotten over the years. Racism is getting worse, and is on the verge of getting even more worse because more and more people everyday are taking part in it. Racism needs to have an end put to it before long, otherwise another Holocaust could rise again.Some say that Racism will be the likely cause if another Holocaust breaks out.
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