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Night

"Night" is the poignant memoir of Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel and illustrates the unimaginable suffering endured by Wiesel during the reign of the Nazi Party in the World War II era. How much do you know about the events chronicled in "Night"?


 

Quiz ID:#13962
Fun:*** (2.23)
Difficulty:** (1.61)
Category:Literature
Created By:4demo*

 

 

 



#1   The book opens with Elie's description of _____, a poor but respected Jew in Sighet, Transylvania. This character is highly religious and philosophical, and serves as a mentor to Wiesel when he decides to study the Kabbalah.

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#2   On which day of the week was the Wiesel family expelled from the ghetto into which it had been forced earlier?





#3   Complete the following line from "Night": "Never shall I forget that night, the first night in camp, that turned my life into one long night _____ times sealed."






#4   After approximately three weeks at Auschwitz-Birkenau, Elie and his father were sent to what concentration camp?

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#5   Elie's Holocaust experiences greatly strengthened his faith in God, whom he thanked for his survival.




#6   Fearing that he would be chosen to die because of his weakness, Elie's father gives Elie his inheritance. What two items does Elie receive?





#7   What is Juliek's legacy?






#8   During a break on the evacuation march from Buna, Elie prays to God to "give [him] the strength to never do what Rabbi Eliahu's son has done." What did the Rabbi's son do?





#9   Elie and his father were sent to all of the following concentration camps except:






#10   Elie's father lived just long enough to be liberated, but died the day after liberation.




 

 


   



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