Sorrow

by Morgan Martin

Night by Elie Wiesel

"The synagogue was like a huge station: luggage and tears. The altar was broken, the hangings torn down, the walls bare" (Wiesel 17).

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"We had a woman with us named Madame Schachter... her husband and two eldest sons had been deported with he first transport by mistake. The separation broke her" (Wiesel 18).
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"They struck her several times on the head -- blows that might have killed her" (Wiesel 20).
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"And I did not know that in that place, at that moment, I was parting from my mother and Tzipora forever" (Wiesel 22).
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