Book Report On Night By Elie Wiesel

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Night is a nonfiction book explaining Elie Wiesel 's experiences in many different concentration camps and how it has affected him. The book begins with elie studying Kabbah like his father wants him too. Sadly he is just not understanding the main pieces of the religion.Ellie gets help help from Moishe the Beadle to help him with his studies. Most the beetle was supposedly some kind of Person who could tell the future. He said the Germans were coming and that they were bad. The only problem was no one believed him. The Germans did come, but they stayed in the houses and did not do any harm at first. After a while the Germans gave the Jews 3 rules that way they cannot leave their homes for 3 days, they could have no valuables, and they must …show more content…
Most women and children were killed right away in gas chambers but the men and older boys stayed and worked hard labor jobs. The women and girls were separated from the men. That was the last time Ellie saw his mother and his sister. Ellie assumed that they were killed in gas chamber just like the other women. Elle and his father were told to lie about their ages that way they would get into a good barrack and not be killed right away. Ellie’s father told the guard he was 41 and Ellie told the guard he was 19, this made it so they would get through the line and were given a living assignment. Ellie was forced to get his prisoner number tattooed on his arm that way the guards could identify him easily. As Ellie and his father settled into their barrack they saw one of their relatives from Antwerp, Stein. Stein had also made it through but had no idea where his wife and infant daughter had been taken. Ellie knew that they were most likely killed right away but he couldn 't tell stein because it would break his heart and have no will to survive here at this camp so he lied to stein telling him that he saw his family and that they were ok. As they watched stein walk away a Guard came up to them both telling them they needed to get on a different cattle car to buna concentration …show more content…
One of the guards, who was nicer than the rest, said to Ellie, “Don’t give your father any more of your rations. He will not last much longer but you have a chance of survival. That night Ellie’s father dies while he was sleeping next to Ellie. Ellie knew if he cried he would be killed so he had to pretend that nothing had happened and go on with his life. After his father died the only thing Ellie cared about was food and getting food to eat. That last for weeks but finally the allies came through and liberated all of the imprisoned jews. As Ellie looked in a mirror for the first time in years all he saw was a pale

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