Describe Moshe the Beadle in the Book Night?


Moshe, from the book titled Night, was the first character who was introduced in the story. Moshe the Beadle was a teacher in the synagogue and represents a strong and honest commitment to Judaism. Moshe often talks about the mysteries of the universe and the in which God plays in them. Moshe tries to guide Elizer though his personal struggles in regard to his Jewish faith. Moshe only appears in the beginning of the story, but his character is critical to the plot.
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