Night by Elie Wiesel

Night by Elie Wiesel

Night by Elie Wiesel Study Guide Notes Night Study Guide Notes The original title Elie Wiesel gave the novel was And the World Has Remained Silent. He wrote this book after 10 years of silence. By the end of the Holocaust, over 6 million Jews had been killed.

Night Study Guide Notes There are five motifs to look for while reading Night: Night pay attention to what happens at night and what that might symbolize. Remember what we learned when we talked about

archetypes and what night might symbolize. Bearing Witness Pay attention to which characters are witnesses and to what they bear witness. Night Study Guide Notes Motifs (continued): Father-son Relationships Pay attention to

how Elie and his fathers relationship develops; in addition, notice other father-son relationships in the book. Loss of faith Notice how Elies faith in God changes as the book progresses. Write on your study guides where these changes occur. Night Study Guide Notes Motifs (continued):

Voice vs. Silence Who has a voice and who chooses to remain silent? Why might Elie Wiesel title his novel what he did originally, and why did he no longer remain silent? From the 10 Core Concept notes, we will learn that Poland had the largest population of Jews in Europe. Night Study Guide Notes In Poland, 90% of the approximately

3,000,000 Jews were murdered in the Holocaust. As you read, look for times that Wiesel mentions the people in surrounding towns. There are several groups who contributed to the Holocaust, persecutors and bystanders included. Why are by-standers just as important as the persecutors?

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • Early Life, East and West-Chapter 1

    Early Life, East and West-Chapter 1

    Early Life, East and West-Chapter 2. Native Americans of North America. The Eastern Woodlands. ... Some tribes that settled in this area were the Hopi and Zuni who later were known as the Pueblo. ... Kwakiutl used animal hides and...
  • Animal Systems - brookville.k12.oh.us

    Animal Systems - brookville.k12.oh.us

    Body Orientation (used in humans) The Anatomical Position: The anatomical position describes a person that is standing erect with the feet facing forwards, arms hanging to the sides, and the palms of the hands facing forward.Directional terms are always from...
  • How to Survive Grad School - Agricultural economics

    How to Survive Grad School - Agricultural economics

    D. Finishing the Dissertation/Thesis. Of course implicit in writing your research paper is the requirement that you are at least familiar with the requisite theoretical and quantitative tools. And most likely you have learned this from the courses you have...
  • Notion Venture Sdn Bhd

    Notion Venture Sdn Bhd

    Title: Notion Venture Sdn Bhd Author: Windows User Last modified by: Chow Fah Thoo Created Date: 11/6/2008 9:21:44 AM Document presentation format
  • 1 unlocking potential annual learning and teaching conference

    1 unlocking potential annual learning and teaching conference

    Data Delight collection of class data to support statistics teaching via StudyNet Diana Kornbrot and Rachel Msetfi Data Delight Aims Original Aims 2003 - 2004 A tool to collect student data in EXCEL Exercises, in workshops, student relevant, motivating Web...
  • CHEMISTRY - Chandler Unified School District

    CHEMISTRY - Chandler Unified School District

    CHEMISTRY Author: Chelsea Schlittenhart Last modified by: Windows User Created Date: 8/26/2011 4:25:44 AM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3) Other titles: Arial Calibri Office Theme CHEMISTRY Element Artwork & Paper Project PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation
  • Functional groups - CCHS

    Functional groups - CCHS

    Smoke gets in my eyes: olefactory pleasures of aldehydes C=O is carbonyl group Aldehyde contains RCHO Formaldehyde is a preservative and a product of burning wood Acrolein is a product of barbequing Common smells and flavours Ketones Ketone is R1R2CO...
  • Middle Ages - Mr. White's Website

    Middle Ages - Mr. White's Website

    Early Middle Ages. Christianity/Roman Catholicism . centralized in Rome. Cultural Unification. despite absence of centralized European authority. Roman Concept of rule by law replaced by family ties and personal loyalties.