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    dead and just wanted it to be a dream. Several people in the book Night, by Elie Wiesel go through many terrible experiences, and are beaten alive while trying to survive the concentration camps during the Holocaust. In the world today, there are many tragedies that happen every single day such as earthquakes, tornadoes, and fires, where people lose friends, families, homes and their valuables. The theme “Emotional Death is very evident in the book night by Elie Wiesel, and is still very evident…

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    The air was crisp and cool. The sky was a deep shade of purple that signaled night was setting in the sky. There was no illumination of this land other than the shimmering moon and the warm, eerie glow from the apartment buildings scattered among the fields. In the fields themselves, insects buzzed and chirped, hidden deep within the underbrush. In the soil, prairie dogs scrambled fervently, navigating their tunnels in search of a nighttime meal. On the edge of the fields, a deserted path lay…

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    I Will Never Forget ”Shall I never forget that night, the first night in camp. Which has turned my life into one long night” Grit is using perseverance, passion, and strength to face life’s difficult challenges. Elizer “Elie” Wiesel was born on September 30, 1928 in Sighet, Romania. Elie was a Noble Peace prize winner of writing more than fifty books, Elie is a holocaust survivor, and an Author. Elie Wiesel was deported when he was about fifteen years old, along with his family in Auschwitz,…

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    is when one discovers who they truly are inside. Growing up, the influences of friends and family are clearly marked on one’s beliefs, ideals, and moral standards, whether they want to believe it or not. The desire to fit in is what pushes many people to do things they may not be comfortable with or believe in themselves; this is alternately called peer pressure. However, even through moments of weakness and the struggle to belong, one shapes and forms their own identity simply by knowing…

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    as we grow up? The truth is, we are susceptible to almost anything in our environment as we mature, which can either hinder or strengthen our beliefs, relationships and overall health. A great example of this vulnerability is displayed in the novel Night by Eliezer Wiesel, which is told through the perspective of the author first-hand as he tries to survive through multiple Jewish concentration camps during the Holocaust. He has to experience traumatizing scenes throughout the book that are…

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    spent in concentration camps among other Jewish people in his 1956 memoir, Night. He narrates first hand what he and his family experienced and their journey throughout this very horrific time. He shares how the Wiesel family was moved from their home in Sighet, Transylvania to a ghetto, and later on to Auschwitz in which they are seperated from one another. Elie loses everything he has once known and loved except for his father. As the novel, Night, progresses so does Elie as a person,…

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    Elie Wiesel Theme

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    #5 In Elie Wiesel’s memoir the most important theme/moral is never giving up. Throughout the book many of the people struggle through the conditions of being in the camp. They were physically and mentally abused and they began to lose faith in god. “For God’s sake, where is God? And from within me, I heard a voice answer: Where He is? This is where—hanging here from this gallows…” (Night, 65). They not only lost faith in god but hey lost faith in the ability to survive and all of mankind…

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    Bravery Quotes In Night

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    even when scared half to death.” This quote is relevant throughout Night because braver is a quality that most characters in this book possess. Night by Elie Wiesel is an autobiography that takes place in 1944, Poland during World War Two. We follow the story of Eliezer and his dad, Shlomo, as they live in various concentration camps in Poland. They and other prisoners have to show bravery to stay alive in hard times. Through Night, Elie Wiesel shows us that bravery is doing the right thing,…

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    The Holocaust inspired many works of art such as the memoir Night and the poem “Mercy and Grace,” which both show how faith and religion declined with the Jewish people, with the more suffering, and torture they endured. For example, in the memoir Night, by Elie Wiesel, a Jewish citizen of Sighet, and a Holocaust survivor, is watching the world slowly drip into chaos. Often times in his society, people are being dragged to concentration camps, and their families are separated. Then, as Wiesel…

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    A Notorious Night By depicting the journey of Eliezer Wiesel, a young Jewish boy, during the Holocaust in the memoir Night, Elie Wiesel displays Eliezer Wiesel's loss of faith in God as a result of his suffering in multiple concentration camps in Poland and Germany. For example, as Eliezer and his father and being processed into the concentration camp, Eliezer’s father prays to God and Eliezer “[feels] anger rising within [him] … Why should I sanctify His name” (Wiesel 33). As he enters the…

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