In jewish people about their fate and why they

In the story where main character is a Jewish teenager named Eliezer, the story is mostly about the teen who is interested in reading old jewish testaments. After a while his studies are cut short after his instructor is deported from Hungarian Transylvania. Later on Moshe comes back telling a gruesome story about how they were murdering passengers on a train. But no one took him seriously. Once 1944 hit Nazis over took Eliezer’s town and moved all of the Jews into ghettos. Once they were taking out they were evaluated in the gateway to Auschwitz and determine whether they should be killed or put to work. Once there passed they are shaved, disinfected and treated terribly. On occasion they are forced to watch there fellow prisoners be hung in the courtyard after wrongdoing. In section of the book it says that the dentist is sent to hanging for illegally trading a gold tooth, and this quote prove my point to when it comes to explicit imagery.In this book one of the main things the author likes to do is put a lot of imagery, in which she explains in details on what happens inside the concentration camp. Symbolism in this book would be the Jewish religion and the Nazis.This book theme in my opinion would be world war and the Jewish community. “Save us! You promised…! We want to go to the yard. We’re strong enough to work . We’re good workers. We can. . .we will” (PG 49)This shows that they are using imagery on the people. That the workers in the concentration camp are about to die and beg so they won’t kill them that they will work really hard. The Nazis show no sympathy for the jewish people. The Nazi germans reashered the jewish people about their fate and why they have to stay behind inside the camp. There was nothing the jewish can do to save their life all they did was run away.The author also frequently uses is diction “His trousers lowered, he let himself sink down. The last picture of him. I do think it can have been the ss who finished him, because no one had noticed. He must have been trampled to dest beneath the feet of the thousands of men who followed us” (pg 57) The authors is talking about how skinny the kid got from being in the camp. Also they think ss who finished him might of killed zalman. But they later find out that zalman got trampled to death by a thousands of men who followed us. Dr Mengele Determines if the new arrives are ready and fit to work in the camp If they aren’t fit to work they will be killed immediately. The Dr asks Eliezer if he has heard about the stein family and eliezer denies that he hasn’t heard about the family.Another example of Diction is.”How old he had grown since the night before! His body completely twisted, shriveled up into itself. His eyes were petrified, his lips withered, decayed. everything about him bore witness to extreme exhaustion. His voice was damped with tears and snow.”(pg 59)  There was a lot of fear that the kid was scared about. The boy was falling asleep in the snow and eliezer told him it is dangerous to fall asleep in the snow. They were running away from the nazis even though they were exhausted. The kids found a place where they can sleep can they are gonna watch out for each other. When they ran away they were trampling over living bodies and corps.      3. Characters AnalysisEliezer’s psychological journey as the holocaust robs him of his faith of god, He is devoted to his father. Schlomo is the only character who is present throughout the memoir schlomo is respected by the entire jewish community of the sighet. Moshe The Beadle is a poor jew who lives in sighet but then he gets deported before the jews but escapes and returns to tell the town  what the nazis have been doing to the jews. Eliezer meets a young musician whose name is juliek in Auschwitz. Madame schachter is a jewish women who lives in sighet town she was deported and was in the same cattle car with eliezer. This is a direct characterization on eliezer. “Juliek, a bespectacled pool with a cynical smile on his pale face; louis, a distinguished violinist who came from holland”(pg 32)