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    Elie Wiesel Reflection

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    anything about it?” That curiosity lead me to read Night by Elie Wiesel. There I was sitting by a large window, listening to the rain as it was splashing against the clear glass; I quickly delved into the book and was so interested that I was able to read the book in one day. I was amazed at what I read. I quickly realized that the world I thought I knew was being challenged. I understood that there was indeed pure evil in the world. As Wiesel recollects, he and other Jews were given rations of bread

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    Night By Elie Wiesel

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    during the holocaust survived better than being with family. In “Night” by Elie Wiesel, Elie had to be separated from his family; he never saw them again. Family made the holocaust even harder; Jewish prisoners perturbed about their family every second. On top of Elie worrying about his family, his dad was an old man. There were many times throughout the book Elie had to be a provider for his dad. On page 29 in Night Elie said "An SS soldier came toward us wielding a club. He commanded: Men to

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    Elie Wiesel Reflection

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    war not only against Jewish men, women, and children, but also against Jewish religion, Jewish culture, Jewish tradition, therefore Jewish memory” (Weisel viii). In the book Night (1958), the author Elie Wiesel experiences the terrible life of a prisoner in concentration camps. Throughout the war, Elie starts to question God’s reason and is trying to survive until the battle is over. The Jews are treated with inhuman acts by the leaders of the concentration camps, but Eliezer continues to persevere

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    Elie Wiesel Contribution

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    of joy. On April 12, 1999, Elie Wiesel stepped up to the podium, reflecting the violent times as they were months before entering a new century. Wiesel knew very well that the uncountable tragedies had to change, and each individual must exercise his or her own contributions in the face of justice and humanity. His devastating experiences and tragic realizations produced a voice that carried around the world, revealing the fundamental structure of humanity. Elie Wiesel was a Jewish American born

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    Elie Wiesel Analysis

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    whether to be an oppressor, victim, or to be neutral? Elie Wiesel once swore to never be silent and to speak up when humanity was suffering, to take a stand and choose a facet because neutrality would favor the oppressor causing the victim to be tormented. He explains how when people do not take a valid standpoint for what is right that the tormentor does not see what they are doing wrong since no stands are being taken. I personally agree with Wiesel, people should not have to suffer because the people

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    The memoir Night by Elie Wiesel, tells the story of a young boy surviving through the Holocaust. The story conveys the effects of this barbaric event on the boy emotionally, physically, and mentally. This crude, genocidal imperial impacted millions of people. This story focuses mainly on Elie Wiesel's perspective on the Holocaust; considering his many years of labor, servitude, and transportation through multiple concentration camps. At such a young age, he was put through torturous anguish. Throughout

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    Night Elie Wiesel

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    In the novel Night by Elie Wiesel, the novel takes place in Europe where the Holocaust was happening. Eliezer is the main character who narrates his life with his father during the Holocaust. It starts that Eliezer and his family was living a normal life in Sighet, Hungary. However, in the spring of 1944, the Nazis occupied his country and forced all the Jews to wear yellow stars. His people and his family were herded by the police into cattle cars to Auschwitz. On their way to Auschwitz, they were

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    autobiographical. The tone by Elie Wiesel in regards to the story is dark and sad. Elie wiesel wanted to convey the horror of the holocaust directly to the reader’s mind. He presents raw details of what he experienced in the hellish camps. Wiesel is almost like Moshe the Beadle, which is one of the first Jewish deportees and the only one to return to the city to warn others. “He told his story and that of his companions," (page 4, 5th paragraph). Elie mimics what Moshe did. Elie Wiesel tells his story not

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    is nothing, while knowing that one will die is painful. In Night, Elie Wiesel experiences emotional death when he, his family, and many other jews are sent to Auschwitz. While he and his father had made it to Buchenwald, his father would die soon while Elie was asleep. Elie, and his father who died, were stuck in the concentration camps with harsh conditions, making loved ones and others die. In the beginning of the story, Wiesel saw tiny babies and tiny children thrown into flames, meanwhile he

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    The novel Night written by Elie Wiesel portrays a real life experience of the author during World War II. In the book, he demonstrates how his experiences in the concentration camp affected him both mentally and physically. By seeing all the cruelties in the concentration camp, Elie eventually loses his faith towards the God. Elie Wiesel describes what he had seen by “Never shall I forget the small faces of the children whose bodies I saw transformed into smoke under a silent sky. Never shall I forget

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