What is the effect of the lines below?People's morale was not so bad: we were beginning to get used to the situation. There were those who even voiced optimism. The Germans were running out of time to expel us, they argued… Tragically for those who had already been deported, it would be too late. As for us, chances were that we would be allowed to go on with our miserable little lives until the end of the war.
In addition to the reasons stated directly, what are some reasons Elie and his family may have stayed in the ghetto?
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