Night Essay - Night Elie Weizel's novel Night is about his...

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Night Elie Weizel's novel, Night, is about his hardships and encounters while living in a few death camps amid World War II. The statement "night" is an extremely huge one in his life, in light of the fact that after he first set foot in an inhumane imprisonment, his life turned into one difficult night. "Night" is a theme in the story, it can mean numerous things and is utilized as a part of diverse courses all through the book to portray circumstances, individuals, his emotions, or real night. As indicated by Weizel, "night" could depict pretty much any circumstance that happened amid his time in inhumane imprisonments, and considerably after he was liberated. Night is an analogy for his whole life in the wake of being sent to the camps. "Never should I overlook that night, the first night in the camp, which has transformed my life into one difficult night… Never might I overlook those blazes that devoured my confidence always" (pg. 32) are quotes from the book, in which he is portraying his first day at Birkenau, in the wake of seeing youngsters and infants being copied in pits. Before long,

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