Night By Elie Wiesel Reflection Essay

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Elie would have that feeling in the future, being that the liberation was coming soon, so he will be able to catch up with other people that would be liberated with him. Before liberation would happen, the resistance movement in the camp decided to act and fight the remaining SS in the camp. By the afternoon of that day, all of the SS had left or was dead. In the light of the resistance taking over the camp, “Around six that day, the first American tank was at the front gates of Buchenwalden” (Wiesel 115). Thankfully, no additional lives would be lost in order to liberate the prisoners. Three days after the liberation, Elie became ill with some form of poisoning. From there, Elie was transferred to a hospital going back and forth from life and death like his father in his last days. Elie ends the book in such a symbolic way that will make the reader remember that the Holocaust made such an immense impact that Elie will not forget how he looked in the mirror afterwards, “From the depths of the mirror, a corpse was contemplating me. The look in his eyes as he gazed at me never left me.” (Wiesel 115).
Ideas and experiences that happened to Elie Wiesel also happened to Primo Levi. Some present themes inn Survival in Auschwitz are man versus man, relationships, hunger and thirst. At the start of Primo’s journey to Auschwitz, he experiences his first beating, as all of the prisoners were being shoved onto train cars. Resistance was futile at this moment and many of the people

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