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In Elie Wiesels novel Night the main character Elizer goes through a series of changes Elizer Elie is born in a town in Transylvania Hungary by the name of Sighet in 1928 Elie lives in a very highly orthodox Jewish family and this shows in many of his personality traits and interest as a young man Early on Elie likes to study many Jewish texts Before 1944 the Jews in Hungry were not affected by the terrible happenings in Europe In 1933 Hitler came into power and blamed Germanys problems on the Jews Under his rule Hitler and his administration created laws and worked to exterminate the Jews As the war went on Hitler developed a Final Solution which was an extermination of Europes Jews The most Jews were killed in concentration camps where Jews were forced to do labor and live imprisoned It was Elies struggle to survive as a teenager in a camp that changed his emotional maturity his relationship with his father and his faith in God and religion Because of the struggles Elie goes through Elie loses his innocence and gains an incredible level of emotional maturity Elie starts out as an innocent young boy full of interest curiosity and the potential for incredible success He lives at first a seemingly nice and normal life with loving parents Elies innocence can be seen when he is with his father after he has been separated from the rest of his family and he witnesses the cremation of babies and adults He says Not far from us flames were leaping up from a ditch gigantic flamesBabies Yes I saw it with my own eyesI pinched my face Was I still alive Was I awake I could not believe it How could it be possible for them to burn people children and the world to keep silent No none of this could be true It was a nightmarepg 30 This quote illustrates the naivety
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