Why Was Moshe The Beadle Important To Elie Wiesel
Why was Moeshe important to Elie?
In a way, Moshe the Beadle's story is an allegory for Elie Wiesel 's own story. Moshe the Beadle sees firsthand the horror of what awaits the Jews, and he attempts to share this experience with others. He returns to their town warning everyone of the horrific murders he has witnessed and of Jews being forced to dig their own graves before presenting their necks for execution. He tells them about Jewish babies being tossed into the air and used as shooting targets. Unfortunately, his warnings are not heeded as "people refused not only to believe his stories, but even to listen to them." The...
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What did Moshe accomplish?