What page number is Chapter 4 in Night?

What page number is Chapter 4 in Night?

“That is what concentration camp life had made of me,” (Chapter 4, pg. 52) recalls Elie. One day, Franek, the foreman, asks Elie for his gold crown.

What is chapter 4 about in the book Night?

Eliezer reflects on how inhumane the concentration camps made him; as his father is being beaten, rather than being mad at Idek, Eliezer is mad at his father for not avoiding the Kapo. Franek, the foreman, decides he wants Eliezer’s gold crown. Eliezer won’t give it to him.

How long is Night audiobook?

Product details

Listening Length 4 hours and 17 minutes
Publisher Recorded Books
Program Type Audiobook
Version Unabridged
Language English

What page does Chapter 5 of Night start on?

Marion Wiesel’s 2006 translation has chapter 5 start on page 66.

Who beat Elie’s father in night?

One day at the factory, Idek, the Kapo, beat Elie. A young French girl helps Elie wipe the blood off of him. Elie tells of meeting this same woman many years later in Paris. Idek beat Elie’s father with an iron bar because he was moving too slowly.

What is Chapter 5 of night about?

Chapter 5 of Elie Wiesel’s novel Night, opens with Elie reflecting on how he is disillusioned about God allowing such cruelty to be brought upon the Jewish people. He and his father decide to not celebrate Rosh Hashanah, known as the Jewish New Year, and refuse to fast for Yom Kippur.

What is the theme of Chapter 5 of night?

In this chapter, disillusioned about how God could allow such cruelty to be brought upon the Jewish people, Elie and his father refuse to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and Yom Kippur. Later, both Elie and his father manage to survive another round of selections that are performed by Dr.

What happened to Elie’s father Chapter 5?

Eliezer has been separated from his father to work in the building unit. He worries that his father will not pass the selection, and after several days it turns out that Eliezer’s father is indeed one of those deemed too weak to work: he will be executed.