Title: Night: Changes
|Date:||June 13, 2017|
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Wiesel recalls how Moshe would live humbly and "insignificant[ly]" (Wiesel, 1), and all of the Jews in Sighet held great respect for Moshe. Elie describes him as having "dreaming eyes, [and a] gaze lost in the distance" (Wiesel, 1). He remembers that Moshe would talk very little, but would tend to sing...
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Wiesel reminisces about his search for "a master to guide [his] studies of the cabbala" (Wiesel, 1), and how he would come to find seemingly infinite knowledge lying inside an unlikely source. His time spent with Moshe, talking for hours on end, would prove to be the most profound time of Elie's life...
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