Essay on Analysis Of The Book Night By Elie Wiesel

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“No one may speak for the dead, no one may interpret their mutilated dreams and visions. And yet, I sense their presence. I always do..,” (p.118). In the book Night, written by Elie Wiesel a Jewish man that survived the Holocaust unlike so many others. “And how many devout Jews endured such death?” (p.xx). His writing is highly effective because it summarizes his life just like so many other Jews in that era. He writes about his experiences in the many different kinds of concentration camps. From doing light work and short days, to hard and heavy work and long days. This all went under the governing of Adolf Hitler during the World War II. It shows the power that one’s voice can have in sharing the pain that was caused in our history, all because something was not ideal for one man. One man that corrupted many others into believing his “ways”. Elie goes on to write about the barest means and ways of living they endured throughout their days in camps. Elie Wiesel’s book Night was and still is, highly effective due to the fact it is written about the Holocaust and mass murders that’s happened in our history. “The Jewish nation has been resurrected from among its thousands of dead. It is they who have given it new life. We do not know the worth of one single drop of blood, one single tear,” (p. xxi). History that affected many families personally and if we said it didn’t affect everyone we would be lying. Something so senseless and heart wrenching, just seems to grab one’s…

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