Night by Elie Wiesel

eli needs sleep, and his body wants to give in. why does he resist so strongly?

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This depends where you are in the book. If he falls asleep while marching, he is likely to get trampled to death. Falling asleep outside of sleep time could also mean being killed by soldiers. Prisoners always had to prove their usefulness.