Chapter Analysis Of Elie Wiesel's 'Night'

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Hannah Noel Mrs. Beaupre English 1 Honors 3 October 2016 Dialecticals 7-9 Chapter 7 One passage I think is interesting is, “The old man whispered something, let out a rattle, and died amid the general indifference. His son searched him, took the bread, and began to devour it” (Wiesel 74). A questioning passage is, “The passengers on our boat were amusing themselves by throwing coins to the “natives”, who were diving in to get them” (Wiesel 73). Lastly, a passage that is sad is, “I set to work to slap him as hard as I could” (Wiesel 73). In this chapter, the author uses both long and short sentences. The two words that challenged me were avidly and contagion. The first original sentence is, “They undressed him, the survivors avidly sharing
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