Dramatic Changes In Elie Wiesel's Life

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There was a dramatic change in Elie Wiesel life from the time he lived at home with his parents until the day he walked out of his last concentration camp. Elie’s life at home was a peaceful and normal his family spent most of their time at their shop. His dad and mom, wanted him to stay in school “there aren’t any cabbalist in Sighet” my father would repeat (pg.2). Elie bonded with his religious leader Moshe the Beadle. He would always talk to Elie of how the Germans were going to come get them. Elie spent most of his days with Moshe the Beadle, Studying the Cabbala and reading. Elie’s experiences with the German occupations were good in the beginning they treated everyone very kindly, bought them bread, and treated

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