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People to Know 1. 10. 20. 30. 40. 50. People to Know 2. 10. 20. 30. 40. 50. Night 1. 10. 20. 30. 40. 50. Night 2. 10. 20. 30. 40. 50. Figurative Language. 10. 20. 30. 40. People to Know 1. The notorious Nazi who wrote down Elie’s number. a. Juliek

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People to Know 1

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People to Know 2

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Night 1

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Night 2

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Figurative Language

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She lost her mind and screamed about fire.

Rabbi Eliahou

Akiba Drumer

Madame Schachter

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People to Know 1
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A cultured shopkeeper, he was “more concerned about others than his own family.”

Elie

Mr. Wiesel

Rabbi Eliahou

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People to Know 2
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When he lost his faith, he died and the others forgot to say Kaddish as they had promised.

Franek

Alphonse

Akiba Drumer

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People to Know 2
night 11
The narrator describes which of the following time periods:

a. 1914-1917, when Wiesel was in his twenties

b. 1923-1926, when Wiesel was a pre-teen

c. 1943-1946, when Wiesel was a teenager

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Night 1
night 13
Elie Wiesel’s family probably would have avoided the concentration camp if they had

a. Refused to get into the cattle car.

b. Bribed the SS officers instead of burying their money

c. Fled to Palestine when Moshe warned them

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Night 1
night 15
When Wiesel first saw children murdered at Birkenau, he

a. Prayed for the Lord’s protection from death

b. Rebelled against a Lord who would allow this to happen

c. Told himself this must be part of the Lord’s plan

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Night 1
night 17
An SS officer announced that those who _________________ would die in the furnaces.

a. Could not work

b. Wore yellow stars

c. Had numbers on their arms

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Night 1
night 19
The young Pole and others who stole food during air raid alerts were…

a. Hanged

b. Given reduced rations

c. Beaten

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Night 1
night 21
When thousands attended a Rosh Hashanah service in the camp, Wiesel

a. Fasted

b. Did not join the prayers

c. Spoke the blessing

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Night 2
night 25
If Wiesel had remained in the hospital, he would probably soon have been

a. Exterminated

b. Liberated

c. The subject of experimentation

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Night 2
night 27
Wiesel saw German workmen laugh as prisoners fought to the death over

a. A gold coin

b. A game of cards

c. A crust of bread

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Night 2
night 29
When the prisoners were finally liberated from Buchenwald, their first thought was of

a. Revenge

b. Their families

c. Food

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Night 2
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“And he began beating him with an iron bar. At first, my father simply doubled over under the blows, but then he seemed to break in two like an old tree struck by lightning.”

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Figurative Language