Describe The Relationship Between Elie And His Father

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Before they were sent to concentration camps, Elie and his father had a common/typical father-son relationship. Now, they both heavily rely on each other and all they have is each other. I think they have both come to represent the only reason for living to the other. Elie seems to have constant suicidal thoughts, but his want to stay with his father always seems to slightly deter them. I’m sure his father thinks in the same way, if not more. Elie is the stronger one in the relationship since his father is now spiritually and emotionally
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