What kind of relationship do Elie and his father have at the beginning of the novel?

What kind of relationship do Elie and his father have at the beginning of the novel?

What kind of relationship do Elie and his father have at the beginning of the novel? Elie and his father’s relationship in the beginning of the novel isn’t very good. Elie is trying to get a job to get away from his dad. Where are the Jews sent first after the arrival of the German soldiers?

How would you describe Elie’s relationship with his father in Chapter 1?

At the beginning of Night, Elie Wiesel describes his father as a cultured, unsentimental man with a rather distant manner: He rarely displayed his feelings, not even within his family, and was more involved with the welfare of others than with that of his own kin.

How did Elie help his father?

How did elie help his father when the selection was made ? He saves him by staying by his side and pushing him on as they were forced to run nonstop from their camp in buna.

When Elie falls asleep in the shed why does his father tell him to wake up?

Night 2

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When Elie falls asleep in the shed, why does his father tell him to wake up? because if he falls asleep in the snow he might never wake up (he might die)
When Elie is trapped under the pile of bodies, what does Juliek play? a violin

How is Elie like Rabbi Eliahu’s son?

He is Elies father, Elie wants to stick with his father throughout the entire journey but in the end he feels free when his father dies. Why does Elie compare himself to Rabbi Eliahu’s son? Elie ate his dads portions of soup and bread when his dad was dying and he “betrayed” his dad, just like Rabbi Eliahu’s son did.

What was the relationship between Elie and his father?

Elie and his father have a very close relationship and rely on each other to survive the horrific conditions of the Holocaust. After being separated from the females members of their family, Elie and his father remain by each other’s side for the majority of their time in captivity.

What finally forced them inside?

Why did Elie shout at his father? He wanted to keep him from giving up. What finally forced them inside? The sirens sounded an alert, and the guards drove the prisoners toward the blocks.

How old is Elie at the end of Chapter 7?

fifteen years

What does Elie’s father say to Elie showing that his father knows the end is near?

What does Elie’s father say to Elie, showing that his father knows the end is near? He told Elie that he loves him. He told Elie where the gold and silver was hidden.

How did Elie’s father help him survive?

Elie’s father gives his son valuable advice, shares his rations of food with Elie, prevents Elie from falling asleep in the snow, and motivates his son to continue living despite their appalling, tragic circumstances. Elie’s father then advises him to eat sparingly before giving him his ration.

What is Juliek afraid of?

What did Juliek bring with him and was afraid it would get broken? His violin. He died playing his violin.

How does Elie feel about his father?

How does Elie feel after the death of his father? Elie felt numb and was extremely upset about the death of his father but he could not cry for him, for he had no tears left.

Why did a son kill his own father on the train to Buchenwald?

While the Jews are in the train car, a German workman throws some bread into the car. Because he is so hungry, a son attacks his father for a piece of the bread. His father later dies because of his son’s savage attack on him for the bread.

How does Elie father die?

Mr Wiesel’s mother and one sister were killed in Nazi death chambers. His father died of starvation and dysentery in the Buchenwald camp.