Why doesn’t Eliezer pity the dentist?
Feb 18, 2013 · Answers 1 Add Yours Answered by jill d #170087 9 years ago 2/18/2013 12:49 PM The dentist wants the same thing from Eliezer that he wants from everyone else...... his gold tooth. Source (s) Night
Why does Elie see the dentist in Chapter 4?
Feb 28, 2016 · Answers 1. Add Yours. Answered by Aslan 6 years ago 2/28/2016 11:29 AM. Elie says he has a fever and the "dentist" does not want to catch anything. I think the whole situation illustrates how the Jews were treated. Their only "worth" was their "parts" or minerals that had monetary worth.
Did the dentist give Elie a gold crown for one of his teeth?
What does the Dentist want from Eliezer? Answers: 1. Asked by emma s #302671. Last updated by jill d #170087 on 2/18/2013 8:49 PM Night What does Idek do to ELiezer. Answers: 1. Asked by emma s #302671. Last updated by jill d #170087 on 2/18/2013 8:48 PM Night
What happens if Eliezer refuses to give up his gold tooth?
It was common practice in the Nazi concentration camps to extract gold crowns and fillings from the Jewish prisoners. Once dentists extracted the …
What does the dentist want from Eliezer?
The next day there is a medical and a dental examination, except the doctors simply ask you if you're in good health and the dentist is just looking for gold crowns. If you have a gold crown, he writes your name (read: number tattooed on your arm) on his list. Eliezer has a gold crown.
What did Franek want from Eliezer?
What did Franek, the Polish foreman, want from Elie? How did Elie react? He wanted Elie's gold tooth, but Elie denied him. How did the foreman get revenge on Elie and his father for not giving up his gold tooth?
Why does the dentist see Elie?
The dentist wanted to take out Elie's gold tooth. Twice Elie said he was ill, and the dentist did not take the tooth. Then the dentist was arrested and his office was closed. What did Elie Wiesel do when Idek hit his father?
How does Elie manage his gold tooth?
The camp dentist demands Elie's gold crown; he saves it by pretending to have a fever. Without warning one day in the warehouse, Idek falls into a murderous fit and lashes Elie, who restrains himself and remains silent. A French Jewess who passes as an Aryan soothes his bloody face.
Who saved Eliezer's life?
In the cattle car to Buchenwald, Katz saves Eliezer's life from an unidentified assailant. Stein. Eliezer's relative from Antwerp, Belgium, whom he and his father encounter in Auschwitz. Trying to bolster his spirit, Eliezer lies to Stein and tells him that his family is still alive and healthy.
Who was the cruel doctor who presided over the selection of arrivals at Auschwitz/Birkenau?
Mengele was the cruel doctor who presided over the selection of arrivals at Auschwitz/Birkenau. Known as the 'Angel of Death," Mengele 's words sentenced countless prisoners to death in the gas chambers. He also directed horrific experiments on human subjects at the camp. Idek.
Who is the narrator of Night?
Eliezer. The narrator of Night and the stand in for the memoir's author, Elie Wiesel. Night traces Eliezer 's psychological journey, as the Holocaust robs him of his faith in God and exposes him to the deepest inhumanity of which man is capable. Despite many tests of his humanity, however, he stays devoted to his father.
Who is Rabbi Eliahou?
Rabbi Eliahou. A devout Jewish prisoner whose son abandons him in one of many instances in Night of a son behaving cruelly toward his father. Eliezer prays that he will never behave as Rabbi Eliahou's son behaves. Zalman. One of Eliezer's fellow prisoners. Zalman is trampled during the run to Gleiwitz. Meir Katz.
Who is Moshe the Beadle?
Moshe The Beadle. Eliezer's teacher of Jewish mysticism, Moshe is a poor Jew who lives in Sighet. He is deported before the rest of Sighet Jews but escapes and returns to tell the town what the Nazis are doing to the Jews. Tragically, the community takes Moshe for a lunatic.
Who is Akiba Drumer?
Akiba Drumer. A Jewish Holocaust victim who gradually loses his faith in God as a result of his experiences in the concentration camp. Madame Schächter. A Jewish women from Sighet who is deported in the same cattle car as Eliezer. Madame Schächter is taken for a madwoman when, every night, she screams that she sees furnaces in the distance.