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Night: Study Guide
by jasminaenotesNever shall I forget that night ... that nocturnal silence which deprived me, for all eternity, of the desire to live ... the moments which murdered my God and my soul ... Never shall I forget...
Night by Elie Wiesel Test
by ladyvols1What word means the systematic extermination of an entire national, racial, political, or ethnic group? a. Holocaust b. genocide b. pogrom d. fascism Which of the following was NOT a group that...
Night Journal and Sketchbook
by jdellingerNight & Farewell to Manzanar Journal & Sketchbook For this unit, you will be asked to keep a sketchbook- journal. This is a combination of sketches and written responses to the story. You...
by MaudlinStreetName 3 qualities "good" people have. Nationalism - Nationalism is power hunger tempered byself-deception. – George Orwell (Nationalism is) a set of beliefs taught to each generation in which the...
"Night" Connections Activity
The Holocaust and Elie Wiesel
by jdellingerTHE HOLOCAUST During World War II, Nazi Germany and its collaborators murdered approximately six million Jews. The Holocaust is the name used to refer to this systematic, bureaucratic, and...
Critical Analysis essay: Night
NIght Part One Vocab and Spelling Quiz
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Unit Test for Night by Elie Wiesel
by clstockdale80Part 1: Multiple Choice: Read each statement carefully. Circle the letter for the answer that best completes each statement. There is only one best answer for each item. Moche the Beadle escaped...
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