He looks up to Moshe.
Everyone likes him
He is a man of God.
Moshe gets taken away by deportation.
Nobody believes him.
Elie wants to be very religious/spiritual himself
The Jews were fenced in by barbed wire
Schachter seeing fire
The smell of burning flesh
This is ironic because Moshe the Beatle told Elie to never lose faith when in the end Moshe ended up losing faith.
The residents don't believe Moshe the Beatle because he had lost faith when he was taken away awhile ago.
They reassure each other by telling each other that there is no one so terrible in the world that would kill off an entire religion
Schachter believes she sees flames.
The people didn't really react.They were just a little frightened.
There was nothing there
The passengers think Schachter is crazy because she is seeing things that no one else sees and it freaks them out
Schatcher sees the flames because she senses something bad is going to happen.
Everyone thought they were going to be in the ghetto until the war ended.
The Jews thought that the fence was keeping them safe from the war
They thought the Germans were keeping them safe
They thought they were safe because they were fenced in
first impressions of the Germans were reassuring.
The German's attitude towards the Jews was polite and kind
The German attitudes fooled the Jews
The Germans wanted the Jews to trust them
This day is significant because it is the day of rest
It is inappropriate because the Day of Rest is a religious holiday and that is when they were selected.
This situation is ironic.
They were selected on Saturday
The Wiesel's spent their last day at home