If Soon You Come For Me Analysis

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Molly and I wanted our connected readings to show a disparity of emotions that Night by Elie Weisel focused the emotions: sadness,and strength. Two emotions that people usually feel on a day to day basis. Here are our comparisons.
Our first choice, If Suddenly You Come for Me, was to represent for the Jewish that felt strong. “ I do not fear your long-term jails.” (pg 111 line 11 Nor). Elie was strong because he felt obligated to for his family .Elie felt that during the death of his father, his mourning took the little ounce of boldness and strength he had left for his well being and it totally washed it away. “There was no longer any reasoning to live, any reason to fight.”(pg 98 Night Wiesel).
Our other choice was A Jewish Cemetery Near Leningrad. It shows how the Holocaust changed many different lives and how helpless the Jews were during that time. In Night Eliezer states that he has gave up on his faith by stating “Never shall I forget those moments which murdered my god and my soul and turned my dreams to dust…” (pg. 32 Night Wiesel). This shows that he was feeling helpless and betrayed. My reading choice also shows the same thing when saying “They just laid themselves
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Emotions. One representing the strong, bold, and secure perception. While the other was more on the conflicted, somber, and melancholy perception. The reason why these two are great comparisons for each other is because it give more depth to others perspective that people might have while reading Night and the impression the novella gives off.That’s what reflected on us during our comparisons.
In conclusion all of these writings can be connected even though they have different views and meanings which makes the sources all unique in their own way. They give people an inside look on a topic that isn’t the easiest to talk about because of the topics it

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