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Compare and Contrast Essay Night and Farewell to Manzanar The book Farewell to Manzanar is a book about Japanese concentration camps in the US The book tells the story of one girl and her family in a place called Manzanar and the conditions they had to fight through The family goes through changes and fight throughout them together as a team The book Night is a book about the Jewish people taken from their homes and thrown into a death camp The one the author mostly talks about is the death camp in Aushwits because that is where the story resides This compelling book tells the story of a young man growing up in a world of his own filled with hatred and death When Elie and his family get to the camp his family members are all killed right away except his father This book gives great detail and foresight into the life of a normal day at Aushwits Jeanne Whatuski author of Farewell to Manzanar and Elie Weisel author of Night told the stories of their lives in the horrible camps As the two books progress on the stories unfold and we start to see the real people behind the stories The families are showing throughout the books how they can pull together in tough times Though the families are eventually torn apart and some members of the families die because of the conditions at the camp they are stationed at One night another person in Elies block heard Elie cry out Night is falling other prisoners continued pouring in from every block I able suddenly to conquer time and space and submit all to everyone else The block mate that hears Elie say this feels that Elie has great compassion and is very willing toward others The conditions at Aushwits are shown greatly by the last statement that Elie gave because it is showing how he is willing to
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