How did Elie feel and look at the situation when he moved to the small ghetto

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Important community members come to talk with Eliezer’s father (who has connections with the Hungarian police) about what should be done about the situation. Eliezer’s dad is still optimistic.

Next, the police set up two ghettos and move all the Jews there.

The Sighet Jews become optimistic again. The scary barbed wire isn’t all that bad, and they have their own Jewish Republic within each ghetto. They don’t even have to deal with outsiders.

If this is as bad as it gets, the Jews think, this isn’t too bad.