Angry at his father.
this is by Dante he had asked the SS officer if he could go with his father
The person who beats Elie in front of the French girl, in Night by Elie Wiesel, is Idek.
Ele's father was struck for asking wher te oilets wher.
He felt bad but if he tried to help his father, then they would both be killed
One holocaust survivor was Otto Frank, father of Anne Frank.Elie WieselVictor FranklPrimo Levi
Elie is 15 and his father is 50
Elie Wiesel's father died at Buchenwald.
Chlomo, Elie Wiesel's father, died in 1945
The gypsy struck Elie Wiesel's father because he asked where the toilets were.
meir killed his father over bread while elies father gave elie some bread and when elie was being chocked he steped in to help his son.
no he has no children.
father and son
It is about their time in the Nazi concentration camp. His father died, Elie survived.
Elie and his father were issued prisoner numbers when they were admitted to Auschwitz. This made them known by numbers instead of their given names. This dehumanized them and made Elie and his father less like people.
Elie Wiesel and His Father in the Book 'Night'Our users give their impressions:Elie and his father were especially close at the death camps. They were inseparable, really. They loved each other and would not let that fade and be separated. They would die for one another if it was necessary. His father died. Elie was a witness to it. He never forgave himself for letting the SS man beat his father to death since his father was ill and cried for water to feel better.Elie's relationship with his father is very close. However, the relationship between Elie and his father, Chlomo, changes throughout the novel. At the beginning of the novel, Elie and his father have a fairly close relationship, apart from his father's commitments to the community (not having time for his kin (family). Even in saying that Elie loved and respected his father just as everyone in the community did. But further on in the novel, they drift further and further apart. At some stage, Elie starts to feel that his father is a burden. And at the end Elie has no tears to cry when his father finally dies.
he felt really sad because he saw his own dad die in front of him his dad did not die by getting beat
The scene that Elie had witnessed between the father and son was that the father had a loaf of bread in his shirt and was going to share it with his son. The son, however, killed his father and took the loaf of bread to eat for himself.
Elie keeps his promise to the boy by not telling the father that he had seen him, when later in the book the father comes looking for him.
Elie Wisel father's name Chlomo or Shlomo Wiesel
A knife and spoon.