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

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"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."


Elie's father is preparing to die.


Elie's father is having difficulty thinking.


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


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


Elie's father is merely delirious.

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