"Night" is the only written memoir by Elie Wiesel.
Where is Eliezer originally from?
What is the name of the character who tries to tell Eliezer's community about the horrors of what happened to the foreign Jews he/she was with on the deportation trains? (Hint: He was said to be a lunatic, and ignored.)
Moshe the Beadle
Which camp is Eliezer housed in throughout the majority of his memoir?
At which camp does Eliezer's father die?
What is the name of the work camp Eliezer and his father are sent to?
What are Eliezer and his family told as they pull into Auschwitz?
That they are going to be exterminated shortly.
That they have arrived at a labor camp where they will be treated well and kept together as families.
That they must pay for their sins through hard work and starvation.
That they have to separate and give up what's left of their belongings.
What is the name of the woman who screams that she can see fires in the distance? (Hint: She has a ten-year old son)
What smell does Eliezer describe upon arriving at Birkenau on the train?
The smell of dead corpses
The smell of poisonous gas
The smell of burning flesh
The smell of human waste
On which "block" are Eliezer and his father housed?
The musicians' block
The electricians' block
The mechanics' block
The farmers' block
What is the name of the Jewish violinist Eliezer meets upon moving into the musicians' block?
We never get his name
What happens to the dentist that's supposed to extract Eliezer's gold tooth?
He is found to be a Jew and is executed.
He gets into a fight with a Jewish prisoner who kills him.
He gets caught stealing food and beat to death.
He is condemned to hanging for illegally trading in gold teeth.
What is a Kapo?
A head guard at a concentration camp
A prisoner conscripted by the Nazis to police other prisoners
A caretaker assigned to each block, responsible for getting each prisoner's food for them
The soldier responsible for the furnaces
Who is the Kapo on Eliezer's block at Auschwitz?
How is Eliezer's gold tooth removed?
With brass tongs
With a rusty spoon
With a dull pocket knife
It is never removed
What happens to the man who crawls to the soup that is left alone in an attempt to eat some?
He is shot as soon as he reaches the bowl and lifts himself to drink from it
He knocks the bowl over and faces execution via hanging
He is captured and tortured before he is executed
He gets soup and safely makes it back
The prisoners are too jaded to cry when the little boy associated with the resistance is hung.
Where does Eliezer say God is during the hanging of the little boy?
No where to be found
With the Nazis
Hanging with the little boy on the gallows
Eliezer observes Yom Kippur by fasting with the rest of the Jewish people around him.
What happens to the Jews in the infirmary after the rest are evacuated?
They are executed
They are burned alive
They are freed by the Russians only days later
They are left alone with their conditions, and die before anyone reaches them
What does Eliezer injure just before he is evacuated to Buna with the rest?
What happens to Zalman, the boy who was running next to Eliezer?
He gets ahead of Eliezer and Eliezer never sees him again
He begins attacking others in an effort to survive
He fights his way next to Eliezer the entire time, and they both survive
He cannot take running anymore, stops, and is trampled to death
What did Rabbi Eliahou's son do to him during their run in the snow to Buna?
He ran ahead of him when it seemed his father would not make it
He kicked him down when his father pleaded for support
He let go of his hand, and died in the snow
He helped him and they made it to the abandoned village together
Eliezer gets a chance to sleep when they reach Gleiwitz.
What did the German townspeople throw to the Jewish prisoners on the train out of Gleiwitz? (Hint: A son beats his father to death for it, before he is beaten to death himself)
Eliezer's father dies on the train to Gleiwitz.
Of the 100 Jews brought on the train to Gleiwitz, how many survived?
Eliezer's father dies from both dysentery and physical abuse.
What year is Eliezer finally freed?
Finally, what does Eliezer say he sees when he looks at himself in the mirror after all this time?