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Schindlers List and Night by Elie Wiesel Night is a horrible story of murder Elie saw his family friends and fellow Jews being murdered During his crisis he begins to loose faith in God to who he used to be so devoted to He believes that God was also murdered by the Nazis In this story Elie changes from a devoted Jew to a broken teenager who doubted his belief in God When Elie first goes to the concentration camp and sees all the walking skeletons he cant believe that is real He feels that the might be dreaming What he saw was to unbelievable for him never in his life had he seen people being treated like that Each day Elie faces and witnesses starvation the beatings of innocent people and murder And throughout all of this torture he is losing belief in God By the end of the book Elie has lost complete belief in God He wondered if there was a God then how could he allow all this to happen As the days go by there are more frequent selections A man with little sticks will decide whether you live or you dieTo the right you live to the left you die As Elie watches all this evil that exists his belief in God is deteriorating Elie asks himself Where is my God Elie continues to witness hangings beatings starvation and torture One day when Elie comes back from a days work he sees three gallows being assembled The whole camp has to witness the hangings Among the three people that would die was a young child He wondered what that poor innocent boy had done to die Elie had to watch the boy struggling between life and death The death was slow After this incident Elie no longer believed in God He felt that no one could believe in God when one saw innocent children like that die
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