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Fate and Faith Throughout our lives we find our struggles in life revolve around our faith and fate Fate defined as the vital power that predetermines events destiny and ultimate end We find that our faith in essence our last lifeline our hope and only belief but what happens when these two clash in ones life In the novel night by Elie Wiesel Weisels autobiography depicts the riveting horrors of his own experiences spanning from the ghetto to death camps We find that faith is his only hand in an ever growing dark environment involved in the holocaust but his unfortunate losses taken by the ultimate power of fate Corresponding to Night author Amy Tan of The Joy Luck Club tells the story of a group of Chinese women struggling to cope with their American home Like in Night we find that in The Joy Luck Club these Chinese women have their struggles with their past conflicts of faith and faith The struggle between fate and faith we see that both authors use this conflict as a vital leg in holding their novels together Eliezer Wiesel was Born September 30 1928 Eliezer led a life of many Jewish children growing up in a village in Romania his world revolved around family religion and God In Night Elie Wiesel finds his family community and his faith to become devoured upon the deportation of his village in 1944 Elie develops a world in which fate and faith battle for the rights for Elies life unfortunately his life is fought for in a uninviting environment of the holocaust Although The Joy Luck Club was not a true story opposing to Night which was author Amy Tan challenged herself in making the novel an autobiography of Chinese women struggling for their faith in where fate becomes an inevitable outcome Amy Tan was born in Oakland California in 1952 The Joy Luck Club was her first and possibly her most
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