Moishe The Beadle Character Analysis

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To the people of Sighet, it was a rule to dislike the needy, a group of peoples whom the townsfolk shared few similarities. An exception however was Moishe the Beadle, a man unique in the fact that he doesn’t fall under the stereotypes of any common group. His noninvasive and shy demeanor evokes an inviting feeling and causes those around him to smile. These personality traits separate Moishe from the dullness of others and distinguished him as a potential mentor for Elie to have. The use of imagery and other descriptive vocabulary brings to light Moishe’s role as Elie’s master, and also highlights him as a complex character. From the book, Moishe is described as a “jack-of-all-trades in a Hasidic house of prayer” who was very poor, well-liked,

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