Night By Elie Wiesel True And False/irony Section

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Night by Elie Wiesel true and false/Irony Section
Night by Elie Wiesel true and false/Irony Section   
 Read each passage below.   On the line following each passage, briefly explain what is ironic about the meaning of the passage.   (2 points each) 

  
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1.  And the World Has Remained Silent was the original title of Night.
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2.  Moshe the Beadle was killed when he was deported with the foreign Jews.
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3.  People looked down on Elie’s father and thought he was mad.
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4.  Idek, the Kapo, treats all of the factory workers at Buna well.
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5.  Elie chooses not to celebrate Yom Kippur because he is rebelling against God.
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6.  Elie is never abused at the camp.
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7.  The men eat snow while waiting for a train to take them to Buchenwald.
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8.  German workers throw bread to the prisoners while they are on the train to Buchenwald.
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  1. The prisoners divide the food equally among themselves on the train ride to Buchenwald.
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10.  Juliek’s life was symbolized by his broken violin.
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11.  Elie is only glad to be rid of the burden of his father after his death.
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12.  Elie’s only concern after his father’s death is revenge.
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13.  Elie calls his reflection in the mirror a corpse.
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14.  Night is a symbol of the darkness and evil of the Holocaust.
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15.  Elie decides to remain silent forever after the Holocaust.
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16.  “But we had been marching only a few moments when we saw the barbed wire of another camp.  An iron door with this inscription over it:  ‘Work is liberty!’”  (page 38)
17.  “Some prominent members of the community came….to ask him what he thought of the situation.  My father did not consider it so grim…’The yellow star?  Oh well, what of it?  You don’t die of it….’” (page 9)
18.  “The SS gave us a fine New Year’s gift….And soon a terrible word was circulating—selection.”  (page 66)
19.  “On we went between the electric wires.  At each step, a white placard with a death’s head on it stared us in the face.  A caption:  ‘Warning.  Danger of death.’” (page 37)
20.  “I’ve got more faith in Hitler than in anyone else.  He’s the only one who’s kept his promises, all his promises, to the Jewish people.”  (page 77)
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