8) Elie looks at himself in the
mirror and sees a corpse which gazed back at him.

 

7) Throw themselves on to the
provisions.

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6) He is transferred to the
children’s block.

 

5) Every man for himself and that
ties of family and friendship no longer count.

 

4) The train arrives in Buchenwald

 

3) Juliek is a young man from Warsaw
who played the violin in the Buna band where Elie met him for the first time.
He plays the violin to bid farewell to the dying men. He is later transported
with Elie to Buchenwald but he dies in route.

 

2) Rabbi Eilahou’s son escaped from
his father so you wouldn’t have to look after him. Elie hopes he never acts the
same way.

 

1)”I was putting one foot in front
of the other like a machine.” “Death enveloped me, it suffocated me. It stuck
to me like glue.” “By now, I moved like a sleepwalker.”

 

Questions-

 

 

Provisions-
the providing or supplying of something, the meeting of needs, the supplying of
means, etc.

 

Elude-
to escape the understanding, perception, or appreciation of

 

Detention-
maintenance of a person in custody or confinement, especially while awaiting a
court decision

 

Dregs-
the least valuable part of anything

 

Disengage-
to free from an engagement, pledge, obligation, etc.

 

Transcended-
the rise above or go beyond; overpass; exceed

 

Liquidation-
to get rid of, especially by killing

 

Prostate-
to cast face down on the ground in humility, submission, or adoration

 

Grimace-
a facial expression, often ugly or contorted, that indicates disapproval, pain,
etc.

 

Indefinitely-
immeasurably great

 

Haven-
any place of shelter or safety

 

Excruciating-
extremely painful; causing intense suffering; unbearably distressing; torturing

 

Recesses-
temporary withdrawal or cessation from the usual work or activity

 

Protruded-
to thrust forward; cause to project

 

Vitality-
capacity for survival or for the continuation of a meaningful or purposeful
existence

 

Assassins-
a murdered

 

Wielded-
to exercise as in ruling or dominating

 

Lament-
to feel or express sorrow or regret for

 

Ensued-
to follow in order; come afterward, especially in immediate succession

 

Charred-
to burn slightly; scorch

 

Apathy-
absence or suppression of passion, emotion, or excitement

 

Automatons-
a mechanical figure or contrivance constructed to act as if by its own motive
power

 

Contemplating-
to consider thoroughly; think fully or deeply about

 

Riveted-
to fasten or fix firmly

 

Aggressor-
a person, group, or nation that attacks first or initiates hostilities; an
assailant or invader

 

Spectacle-
anything presented to the sight or view, especially something of a striking or
impressive kind

 

Prevailed-
to be or prove superior in strength, power, or influence

 

Deprivations-
the act of lacking the necessities of life, as adequate food and shelter

 

Faltering-
to hesitate or waver in action, purpose, intent, etc.

 

Vocabulary:

 

 

Pages 85-115 forced march from Buna to Gleitwitz to Buchenwald

 

 

 

 

9) Elie left the hospital because if
he had stayed he would’ve been wiped out. Elie and his father escaped.

 

8) His neighbor refers to Hitler as
a prophet because he says, ” I have more faith in Hitler than in anyone else.
He alone has kept his promises, to the German people.”

 

7) Elie is thinking of his father
while he is being whipped because his father had to watch it.

 

6) Franek changed because when Elie
said he didn’t feel good and said he didn’t want to get the golden tooth out
yet, Franek was understandable every time Elie used that excuse. But since Elie
couldn’t get the tooth he torments him and elie’s father.

 

5) Elie’s relationship with his
father changes from being distant to getting closer to forming a close bond by
looking after each other.

4) The French girl takes the risk of
comforting Elie after he is beaten.

 

3) Elie uses the metaphor comparing
himself to the
weightlessness and insignificance of ashes.

 

2) Elie believes God is ignoring the
Jews and not helping them get out of this situation. Elie says how could God do
this to them.

 

1)Elie first meets Juliek, Idek, Tibi,
Yossi, and Kapo.

 

Questions-

 

Defiance-
a daring or bold resistance to authority or to any opposing force

 

Entrusted-
to charge or invest with a trust or responsibility

 

Emigrate-
to leave one country or region to settle in another; migrate

 

Crucible-
a hollow area at the bottom of a furnace in which the metal collects

 

Ritual-
an established or prescribed procedure for a religious or other rite.

 

Untenable-
incapable of being defended, as an argument, thesis, etc.; indefensible

 

Conscientious-
controlled by or done according to one’s inner sense of what is right

 

Emaciated-
to make abnormally lean or thin by a gradual wasting away of flesh

 

Manacled-
to hamper; restrain

 

Wrath-
vengeance or punishment as the consequence of anger

 

Quarantine-
a strict isolation imposed to prevent the spread of disease

 

Notorious-
widely and unfavorably known

 

Dissipated-
indulging in or characterized by excessive devotion to pleasure; intemperate;
dissolute

 

Altruistic-
unselfishly concerned for or devoted to the welfare of others

 

Muselman-
a slang term used among captives of concentration camps to refer to those
suffering from a combination of starvation and exhaustion, impending death

 

Credible-
worthy of belief or confidence; trustworthy

 

Aryan-
a non-Jewish Caucasian, especially of Nordic stock

 

Kommandos-
a basic unit of organization of slave laborer’s in concentration camps

 

Stifled-
to quell, crush, or end by force

 

Writhered-
to twist the body about, or squirm, as in pain, violent effort, etc.

 

Cauldron-
a large kettle or broiler

 

Epidemic-
(of a disease) affecting many persons at the same time, and spreading from
person to person in a locality where the disease is not permanently prevalent

 

Vocabulary:

 

 

Pages 47-84 Buna

 

 

 

10) The Jews march to Buna.
The Germans see the sight of all the Jews and react ready and are the jews
should be scared

 

9) Elie continues to have
faith in God, but they are times where he doubts a God and the truth about God
and his plan.

 

8) Stein no longer comes
to see Elie and his father because he was told the truth about his family.
(died)

 

7) He was relieved of his
duties because he was kicked off for being “to humane”

 

6) Elie lies to his
cousin Stein about his family being alive because it will give him the will to
live.

 

5) Elie’s new name- A7713.
All their names no longer mattered. Everyone had a number tattooed on them.
They were considered nothing more than cattle.

 

4) “selection”- the
selection process determined who would be killed and who would be left alive.

 

3) Advice young Pole gave
the Jews- Help each other and keep faith alive.  

 

2) “Work sets you free”
was written on the gate entering Auschwitz. Auschwitz differs from Birkenau
because Birkenau was the “reception center” and the first destination for Jews.
That’s where the selection was held by the doctor to separate the strong from
the weak.

 

1)Elie’s feelings- The
train ride was obviously terrible. Crammed, hot, and loud. The screaming lady
didn’t help either. When Elie arrived at Auschwitz, he was separated from his
mother and sisters who he never saw again. Him and his father were together.

 

Questions-

 

 

Concurred- to agree of the same
opinion

 

Veritable- used as an intensifier;
often a metaphor

 

Dispersed- distribute or spread
over a wide area

 

Muster- to assemble peoples;
especially for inspection or preparation

 

Camaraderie- mutual trust and
friendship among people who spend a lot of time together

 

Eluded- evade or escape from

 

Ascertain- make sure of

 

Colic- severe, often
fluctuating pain in the abdomen

 

Leprous- suffering from leprosy

 

Oppressive- unjustly inflicting
hardship and constraint, especially on a minority or other subordinate group.

 

Oblivion- the state of being
unaware or unconscious of what is happening.

 

Lucidity- clarity of expression; intelligibility.

 

Interspersed- scattered among; placed
here or there

 

Incorporated- a company or
organization formed into a legal corporation

 

Antechamber- a small room leading to
a main one

 

Nocturnal- awake or active at
night

 

Kaddish- a form of Kaddish
recited for the dead

 

Crematoria- a place where a dead
person’s body is cremated.

 

Petrified- terrified

 

Tumult- a loud, confused noise
usually by a large mass of people

 

Interrogating- to ask questions
closely, aggressively, or formally

 

Illusion- a thing that is or is
likely to be wrongly perceived or interpreted by the senses.

 

Irrevocably- a way that cannot be
changed, reserved, or recovered

 

Constraints- a limitation or
restriction.

 

Vocabulary:

 

 

Pages 23-46 the train; Birkenau; Auschwitz

 

 

 

5) Once they are relocated, their
lives feel normal and they feel safe being in the “new homes” for the duration
of the war. The Jews were trusting of the Germans and new they would o the best
for them.

 

4) Because they were still in their
own home, Elie’s family were still optimistic about what was happening and
remained there instead of escaping.

 

3) Moshe the Beadle reacted upset
that the Jews didn’t listen to him about the Germans.

 

2) Steps of changing Sighet into
ghetto- The Germans come in and take any valuables from the Jews. Gold and
jewelry. They are given yellow stars to wear to represent they are Jews. Then
Jews are confined behind barbed wire in the ghettos.

 

1)Alliteration is the repetition of
sounds. An example of this in the book is on page 6. “Crammed into cattle cars by the Hungarian police, they cried silently. Standing on
the station platform, we too were
crying.” The hard “c” means that it was hard and tough as they were being
forced into the cattle cars. The soft “s” means they had finally realized at
that moment that this was there new life and began to cry and face reality.

Questions-

 

 

Convoy-
a procession of land vehicles traveling together

 

Premonition-
an early warning about a future event

 

Familial-
tending to occur among members of a family usually by heredity

 

Farce-
a comedy characterized by broad satire and improbable situations

 

Firmament-
the vault of heaven; sky

 

Provoked-
incited, especially deliberately, to anger

 

Conflagration-
a very intense and uncontrolled fire

 

Truncheons-
a short stick carried by the police

 

Deportation-
the expulsion from a country of an undesirable alien

 

Red Army-
the regular army of the former Soviet Union

 

Revoked-
repealed; canceled

 

Expound-
add details, as to an account or idea

 

Edict-
a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued
by a court or judge)

 

Billeted-
lodging
for a soldier

 

Bade-
to
command; order; direct

 

Haggard-
showing
the wearing effects of overwork or care or suffering

 

Republic-
a
political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can
elect people to represent them

Surreptitiously-
done by secretive means

 

Deportees-
people
who are expelled from a country

 

Ghetto-
formerly the restricted quarter of many European cities in which Jews were
required to live

 

Sublime- to have admiration or
awe

 

Vocabulary:

 

 

Pages
9-23 the ghetto

 

 

 

People of the town think
this because they believe the Red Army is advancing with giant strides and
Hitler can’t harm them. The Jews of Sighet believe that the Germans will not
harm them if they are not provoked.

5) Why don’t people of
this town will think that the Germans will ever get that far?

 

There are a few years
mentioned in the book. 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, and 1945. Sighet is a little town in Transylvania.

4) What year is it? Where
is Sighet?

 

Eli becomes concerned
with Moshe after he escaped from the train because he stops praying and seeing
and teaching Eli. Eli doesn’t believe what was happening to Jews, so he ignores
Moshe.

3) At this point in life,
with what is Eli concerned? Why?

 

Moshe
was a poor humble man who worked at a Hasidic Synagogue. He became Elie’s
master and taught him about the Kabbalah and Jewish faith. Moshe
was a foreign Jew and had to be deported. When he came back to the little town,
he tried to warn everyone about what was happening to the Jews, but no one
believed him because they believed he wanted their pity, that he was imagining
thing’s, or he had gone mad.

2) Who is Moshe Beadle?
Why don’t people believe him?

 

The emotions expressed
are at first calm and hopeful because the town people know Hitler can’t harm
them. After deportation, there is a feeling of devastation and grief.

1)What attitudes or
emotions are expressed in the first section of Night? Give specific examples.

Questions-

 

 

Deportees- people who have been
expelled or taken out of a country

 

Abstraction- the quality of dealing
with ideas rather than events.

 

Strategic- carefully
designed or planned to serve a purpose or advantage

 

Hasidic- relating to or denoting
Hasidism, a mystical Jewish movement

 

Destruction- complete
obliteration

Conviction-
a formal declaration that
someone is guilty of a criminal offense

 

Exterminate- destroy
completely.

 

Encumbered-
restrict or burden

 

Program-  a planned series of future events, items,
or performances

 

Betrothals-
formal engagement to be
married; engagement

 

Extract-
excerpt or remove

 

Emigration-
exit a country, migrate

 

Anti-Semitic-  hostile to or prejudiced against Jews.

 

Liquidate- settle, bankrupt, kill

 

Annihilate- defeat, destroy, wipeout

 

Essence- spirit, concentrate, core

 

Zohar- the Kabbalistic works, the
secrets of Jewish mysticism

 

Fraught- to be tense or anxious

 

Mysticism- the experience of mystical union or
communion with ultimate reality reported by mystics.

 

Talmud- the collection
of Jewish law and oral tradition consisting of the Mishnah and the Gemara; the
interpretation of the Torah.

 

Kabbalah- the ancient Jewish
tradition of mystical interpretation of the Bible

 

Waiflike- fragile or frail

 

Surname- a hereditary name common to all members of
a family, as distinct from a given name.

Vocabulary:

 

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English I- Night Reading Log

 

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