38. Question: His new rebellious stance toward God has created in the narrator a sense of
39. Question: The tone of the narrators comment about the veterans when they burst out
laughing could be best described as
40. Question: The vete
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Study Questions for section 1
Please use your books and answer these questions thoughtfully and thoroughly. Please
answer in COMPLETE sentences.
1. When and where does Elie Wiesel grow up? How old is he?
Elie Wiesel grew up in Sighet, Transylvania i
Study Guide for Section 3
1. What is the name of the new camp Elie and his father are taken to? What were
the conditions like there?
The name of the new camp is Birkenau, and it is extremely dirty, smoky, and has a lot of
2. How did Elie escap
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Romeos Take on Love
In Shakespeares play Romeo and Juliet, the inexperienced lover Romeo
recognizes the two sides of love; as love has the power to cause pain and pleasure, yet
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Lady Capulet, a model of propriety when first introduced, is exposed of her brutally cold
and vengeful side towards Juliet. As Lady Capulet witnesses Juliet mourning, her only words
1. The Capulets, instead of being worried for their daughter, actually seem to be more worried
for themselves. They both assume that Juliet is worth something mainly because she is important
to them. For example, Lord Capulet's first line on the subject s
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play small roles in the destruction of the lovers when they both somewhat supported Romeo and
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
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1. Romeo and Juliet both explain the hate for the families in which both of them belong in.
Romeo describes this as he says that if he were to write his familys name on paper, he
would tear that name to shreds. I
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Romeos attitude toward love is one of ambivalence: he feels burning passion as well as a
bitter hatred for it. After having his heart broken by Rosaline, Romeo proclaims Why then,
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Love: Destructive Bliss
Shakespeares message conveyed within the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is the deathly,
destructive consequences love can cause. As Romeo is challenged to a duel by Tybalt, h
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complications, dangers, and vicious absurditiesFor now, though, lets let him enjoy it.
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o Even after not meeting for about 3-4 years, still hospitalizes him kindly
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1. What is the name of the new camp Elie and his father are taken to? What are the
conditions like there?
The name of the new camp is Birkenau, and it is extremely dirty, smoky, and has a lot of fire.
2. How did Elie escape from having his crown removed?
In order to better understand ideas within Night and The Book Thief, you and a partner
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