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The book Night opens in the town of Signet where Elie Wiesel the author was born He lived his child hood in the Signet Transylvania He had three sisters Hilda Bea and Tzipora His father was an honored member of the Jewish community He was a cultured man concerned about his community yet he was not an emotional man His parents were owners of a shop and his two oldest sisters worked for his parents Elie was a school boy and interested in studying the Zohar the cabbalistic books the secrets of Jewish mysticismWiesel 3 His teacher was a foreigner Moshe the Beadle a poor barefoot of SignetWiesel 3 He was Elies teacher until he was forced to leave Signet by the Hungarians because he was a foreign Jew After several months Elie saw Moshe the Beadle once again Moshe the Beadle told his story about his journey that the Jews were forced to get out and dig grave which would become final resting places for prisoners who were killed Luckily Moshe the Beadle was able to escape He pretended that he was dead in order to escape being killed Not only did Moshe tell his story to Elie he wanted to warn the Jews of Signet of what could happen to them However they only thought it was a vivid imagination speaking from his lips No one wanted to believe his story and people lived life as usual It was not until German troops would enter Hungarian territory that life would change for the Jews of Signet At first the German soldiers did not seem like a threat During the week of Passover things seemed to be going well People were celebrating yet it was not a complete celebration On the seventh day of the Passover Jewish leaders of the community were arrested After that rules were set by the Germans Jews were confined to their homes for three days and they
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