Night Continues

The prisoners walk past a ditch filled with bodies.  The soldiers would dump gasolene on the bodies and light them on fire.

Eliezer’s ”Never Shall I Forgive” speech is a departure from his character.

Elizezer, in spite of his style, spends a good deal of time describing the SS Officer.

He enters a different tone and style on 42.  For a time, there is just a bunch of ”we”s.  The style is robotic; this illustrates how Eliezer felt.

The relationship between Eliezer and his father changes dramatically with the stay at the concentratoin camp.  Before, they were almost strangers; now, they live for each other.

Stein gets some news and goes to the creamatorium.

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