Elie Wiesel Night Reflection

794 WordsDec 10, 20174 Pages
Elie Wiesel was born in the Romanian town of Sighet. His parents came from Orthodox and Hasidic Jewish families. Both of hi parents died in the Nazi concentration camps, as did his younger sister; his two elder sister survived. After the war, Wiesel went an Orphanage in France, studies at the Sorbonne, and became a journalist. The name of the book is call the Night. It were written in the 1955-1958. It also were written from South America, France. The book was published in Argentina, France. The genre of the book is a memoir. The setting of the book were during WWll in Europe. The climax of the book were Eliezer’s father’s death. The Antagonist of Night is the German SS guards and officers; the Kapos. The point of view this book were…show more content…
“In good health” (Wiesel, Elie, pg 32,Children, pg32). It show us how they were treated, if you were not in good health you would be burn. “Stand up”, “I must have made some movement to get up, but I felt myself fall back on crate.” It show us how they were treated and how they didn’t care for theme. “The book also looks at what it is like for an adolescent to live in a situation where he and those around him are no longer treated as humans.” It talk about Inhumanity. “My father was a cultured man, rather unsentimental” (Wiesel,Elie,pg4). It tell us what kind father he had. “There were four of us children, Hilda, the eldest; then Bea; I was the third and only son; Tzipora was the youngest” (Wiesel,Elie,pg4). It tell us about his family. “Night explores the ways traditional father-son relationships break down under impossibly difficult conditions”. It talk about father and son. “I was twelve I believed profoundly. During the day I studied the Talmud, and at night I ran to the Synagogue to weep over the destruction of the temple. It talk about father and son. “Holocaust remembrance depicting the horrors of Auschwitz, published in 1960, to forget would not only be dangerous but offensive to forget the dead would be akin to killing theme a second time.” It tell about The Danger of Forgetting And The Imperative of Remembrance. “Their race, religion or political views,
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