Part 4 of Night- %22Faith & Survival at Auschwitz%22 Section Specific Literary Analysis Prompts and

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Part 4 ofNightSection Specific Literary Analysis Prompts and TQR’s DirectionsReading 4 “Faith & Survival at Auschwitz” (pgs. 66-84)Directions:Readover the 3 sections below to prompt your own TQR’s.RecordTQR’s as you read and answerat least TWO bullet points per sectionwithin your TQR’s. Remember, always add your own unique thoughts,questions & reactions as you go- not just the 6 from the 3 sections below.Be sure tospringboardso that it is apparent which bullet point you areresponding to.TQR Prompts:Consider how Eliezer struggles with his faith.• On Rosh Hashanah, Eliezer says, “My eyes had opened and I was alone, terriblyalone in a world without God, without man. Without love or mercy. I was nothing butashes now.…” (page 68) Eliezer is describing himself at a religious service attended byten thousand men, including his own father. What do you think he means when he saysthat he is alone? In what sense is he alone?

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Term
Fall
Professor
Boysen
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Night, Decision making software, Auschwitz concentration camp, Rosh Hashanah, Primo Levi, Eliezer

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