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Significance of the Speech

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What is the significance of the speech by Elie's father?

Choose ALL that apply.

"All of a sudden, he sat up and placed his feverish lips against my ear: 'Eliezer... I must tell you where I buried the gold and silver... In the cellar... You know... And he began talking, faster and faster, afraid of running out of time before he could tell me everything."

A

Elie's father is preparing to die.

B

Elie's father is having difficulty thinking.

C

Elie's father is giving Elie his "inheritance."

D

Elie's father wants Elie to help him remember where their valuables are.

E

Elie's father is merely delirious.