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Idek commands, "Look me in the eye!" (66), attempting a further measure of control over Eliezer. As eyes are the window to a man's soul, so Idek attempts to look into Elie, gaining control over the shreds of humanity which are left. If Elie had looked back at Idek through his eyes, he would have admitted one more inferiority to his tormenter...
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Above all, the prisoners fear death: Eliezer fears, "a silent death, suffocation" (100). Elie fights the man suffocating him like a beast. The cruelty, hatred and inhumanity he suffers destroys his humanity, leaving him to fight for survival.
When basic rights are denied to people, they lose more than that; they lose their individuality, their morals, their personality, their fundamentals, their values, their mind, and eventually, their life...
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