by Morgan Martin
Night by Elie Wiesel
"Engrave it in your minds. You are at Auschwitz. And Auschwitz is not a convalescent home. It's a concentration camp. Here, you've got to work. If not, you'll go straight to the furnace" (Wiesel).
"The dead stayed in the yard under the snow, like faithful guards assassinated, without burial. No one said the prayer for the dead over them. Sons abandoned their father's remains without a tear" (Wiesel 68).
"The last day had been the most murderous. A hundred of us had got into the wagon. A dozen of us got out" (Wiesel 75).
"I'm your father... you're hurting me... you're killing your father! I've got some bread... for you too..." (Wiesel 74).