Night Argumentative Essay

770 Words Apr 16th, 2015 3 Pages
Brooke Thompson
Mrs. Noonan
English 10 B
15 March 2015
Night Argumentative Essay The horror and atrocities at Auschwitz have stripped millions of people from their humanity and have demonized them into beasts. This form of dehumanization occurs several times throughout the novel Night, by Elie Wiesel. There were unfortunate situations in which family, friends, and strangers would demolish each other for a miniscule quantity of bread. Another prime representation of the newly discovered brutality is when friends would betray each other to withstand another day in hell for an excess ration of whatever remains. By instinct, a person would attempt anything to persist on in the world, even if it means losing a grip on reality and taking a
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He had seen him. […] he had wanted to get rid of his father” (87). The Rabbi’s son had become selfish, and has forgotten morals, and loyalty from his past life. It’s just about survival from here on out. Elie doesn’t leave his father for even a split second; he escapes the brutality of betrayal. On the other hand, Elie has had conflicting thoughts about his father’s existence proceeding any further. Elie, a once tender hearted being, had let

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