Wiesel is careful to use repeating images at the end of the 4th chapter in the murders if the two boys. Cite the repetition and explain its effect.


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The repetition keeps reminding us of the ungodly executions of children. The Germans have lost all sense of humanity and the camp has become a chaotic Hell.

Their tongues hung swollen, blue tinged...but the third rope was still moving; being so light, the child was still alive.

There is no redemption for humanity after this.