Changes

By Colby George 10 Oct 14:14
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Elie's ChangesHow has Elie changed from the beginning of the book to this point? Use examples from the text in your answer. Respond to another participant with TEXT-RELATED FEEDBACK ONLY! No O.G. chats.
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SoupIn chapter four, Wiesel witnessed the executions of two fellow prisoners. After the first execution, Wiesel remarks, "I remember that on that evening, the soup tasted better than ever." At the second execution he then says, "That night, the soup tasted of corpses." Compare these two statements and explain the message Wiesel is trying to send.
(Hint: These statements actually have nothing to do with the taste of the soup!)

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How has Elie changed from the beginning of the book to this point? Use examples from the text in your answer. Respond to another participant with TEXT-RELATED FEEDBACK ONLY! No O.G. chats.
In chapter four, Wiesel witnessed the executions of two fellow prisoners. After the first execution, Wiesel remarks, "I remember that on that evening, the soup tasted better than ever." At the second execution he then says, "That night, the soup tasted of corpses." Compare these two statements and explain the message Wiesel is trying to send. (Hint: These statements actually have nothing to do with the taste of the soup!)
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