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Elie Wiesel's Attitude Toward Himself Changes In The Book Night

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Elie Wiesel reveals quite a few things when his attitude towards himself changes. The reader can be find in Wiesel's memoir, “Night” on pages 113 finds on page 113 that Elie no longer cares about anyone or anything other than survival and food at this point of his life during the Holocaust, on the very last pages of his book. For the longest time Elie only cared for his father and that was what kept his thrive to survive alive, watching over him, worrying about him, and protecting him was all he seemed to do. Once his father died, Elie had an entirely different view point set in his mind "Since my father's death, nothing mattered to me anymore. ...I spent my days in total idleness. With only one desire: to eat" (Wiesel 113). Elie only wanted
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