Who did Eliezer get angry at when his father was being beaten? Why is this significant?

in pages 55-65

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When Eliezer's father is beaten with an iron bar for working slowly, Eliezer feels anger directed at his father only, for not knowing how to avoid the abuse. This is significant because his focus has shifted to nothing more than survival.