Table of Contents
- 1 What did Wiesel say about the travels illusion?
- 2 Why does Elie say that he left behind his illusions along with his belongings when he got out of the train at Auschwitz What illusions is he referring to?
- 3 What does Wiesel mean by our illusions?
- 4 Where did Elie say they were out of the train car?
- 5 What words were spoken when Elie saw his mother and sister for the last time?
- 6 When did the Jews finally leave behind their illusions?
What did Wiesel say about the travels illusion?
What did Wiesel say about the travelers’ illusions? They were still clinging to their illusions even though they gave up their possessions. They left their cherished objects and illusions behind on the train.
Why does Elie say that he left behind his illusions along with his belongings when he got out of the train at Auschwitz What illusions is he referring to?
Terms in this set (24) Why does Eliezer say that he left behind his “illusions,” along with his belongings, when he got out of the train at Auschwitz? Now, there is not escaping it and they need to face reality, so all the “illusions” are left behind in the train.
What did Elie say about illusions?
In Night, upon arriving at Auschwitz, author Elie Wiesel says, “The cherished objects we had brought with us thus far were left behind in the train, and with them, at last, our illusions” (Wiesel 27).
What does Wiesel mean by our illusions?
What does Eliezer mean when he refers to ‘our illusions’ on page 29? Elie means that they lost “their illusions” of having a nice life at the camps they were going to. Elie’s last memory of his mother and sister is of them going into the women’s line when they got to the concentration camp.
Where did Elie say they were out of the train car?
The prisoners on the train find out, when the train eventually stops, that they have reached Auschwitz station. This name means nothing to them, and they bribe some locals to get news. They are told that they have arrived at a labor camp where they will be treated well and kept together as families.
What was left behind in the wagons What does that mean?
Terms in this set (17) What did the Jews leave behind in the wagon besides their beloved objects? What does that word mean? They left behind their illusions. This means their hopes and dreams of one day returning home or being with their whole family again.
What words were spoken when Elie saw his mother and sister for the last time?
At the selection ramp of Birkenau, Wiesel was separated from his mother and sisters. This was the last time he ever saw his mother and his younger sister, Tzipora: ‘Men to the left! Women to the right! ‘ Eight words spoken quietly, indifferently, without emotion.
When did the Jews finally leave behind their illusions?
When did Wiesel say the travelers left their illusions behind? When they were arriving into camp getting off the train, when they left all their most treasured and cherished items behind on the train.
Who is Elie separated at the beginning of chapter three?
When chapter 3 of Night by Elie Weisel opens, Eliezer and his family have been forced from their homes in Sighet, Transylvania, and deported in cattle cars to Birkenau, a selection checkpoint for all Auschwitz newcomers. Here, he and his father are separated from his mother and sister.