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Wiesels Night is about what the Holocaust did not just to the Jews but by extension to humanity The disturbing disregard for human beings or the human body itself still to this day exacerbates fear in the hearts of men and women The animalistic act by the Nazis has scarred mankind eternally with abhorrence and discrimination as a result acts of bigotry continue to infest society into the 21st centuryIt seems impossible that the examination of ones health by a doctor can result in the death of a human being if he appears unhealthy Elie his father and millions of other Jews go through this formidable selection Its a process that is dreaded and feared by all Jews Nobody knows who will be selected and how he will die as they all line up and wait to see who lives and who doesnt In a similar fashion many different selections exist in society today For instance at Durfee High School three thousand students are divided into various groups They are placed in these various categories because of their clothing attitude intelligence nationality and athletic ability There are the preps the freaks the gangsters the skaters the jocks the nerds the Americans the Portuguese the Africans the Cambodians the Hispanics the Puerto Ricans the Japanese and the Chinese Everyone in the world is a part of some selection whether its for political views wealth or lack thereofThe brutality of the Holocaust drives many to abandon a family member or loved one For example when the son of Rabbi Eliahou sees his father losing ground limping and falling to the rear of the column he continues to run on growing distant from his father The son feels as if his father can no longer go on anymore Elies feelings are mutual for his father is taking him for granted He is like a metal weight attached to Elies foot by a rope Sooner or later Elie must
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