The Halocaust

“Not far from us, flames were leaping up from a ditch, gigantic flames. They were burning something. A lorry drew up at the pit and delivered its load-little children. Babies! Yes, I saw it-saw it with my own eyes . . . those children in the flames” (Wiesel 24).
“For more than half an hour he stayed there, struggling between life and death, dying in slow agony under our eyes” (Wiesel 47).

Wiesel just lost his father and he can't even feel any emotion.

“I did not weep, and it pained me that I could not weep. But i had no more tears” (wiesel 81).
“I tried to distinguish those who were still alive from those who had gone. But there was no difference” (Wiesel 72).