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Overview

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Author

Elie Wiesel

Year Published

1958 (as La Nuit in France)

Type

Nonfiction

Genre

Memoir

Perspective and Narrator

Night is told from a first-person point of view, as Eliezer (the author, Elie Wiesel) shares the story of his life during the Holocaust.

Tense

Night is told primarily in the past tense, but it is interrupted occasionally by notes about the narrator's present life or thoughts.

About the Title

The title Night refers to the pervasive evil of the Holocaust and God's apparent absence during these events.

Summary

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