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Chap. 1 Which point of view is this story being told by? First person
Chap. 2 Describe the conditions of the trains: The trains were crowded with no room to move around. One lady became ill and began to scream "Fire." The people on the train tied her up and put a gag in her mouth.
Chap. 3 List the internal conflicts:
· To know why God has Forsaken them
Chap. 4 Spot the Flash Forward: Many years later, in Paris, I was reading my paper in the Metro. Facing me was a very beautiful woman with black hair and dreamy eyes. I had seen those eyes before somewhere. It was she. "You don't recognize me?" "I don't know you." "In 1944 you were in Germany, at Buna, weren't you?" "Yes…." "You used to work in the electrical warehouse…." "Yes," she said , somewhat disturbed. And then, after a moment's silence: "Wait a minute . . . I do remember…" "Idek, the Kapo…the little Jewish boy….your kind words…" we left the Metro together to sit down on the trace of the café. We spent the whole evening reminiscing. Before I parted from her, I asked her: ""May I ask you a question?" "I know what it will be go on." "What?" " Am I Jewish…? Yes, I am Jewish. From a religious family. During the occupation I obtained forged papers and passed myself off as an Aryan. That's how I was enlisted in the forced labor groups, and when I was deported Germany, I escaped the concentration camp. At the warehouse, no one knew I could speak German. That would have aroused suspicions. Saying those few words to you was risky: but I know you wouldn't give me away.
Chap. 5 What is the theme of Chapter 5? The theme is to stay strong and pass inspections. For Elie to stay with his father all the time.
Chap. 6 What did Elie ask the God for? He prayed


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