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By Lee A Zito Death is an experience that I hardly think about Whether it concerns my family friends or myself death is something in which I have ultimately no thought of in my day to day life For Elie Wiesel during his stay in a Nazi Concentration Camp death was everywhere Death was upon his family friends and lingered heavily upon him throughout his time spent as a prisoner at various concentration camps In his world death was reality death was everyday life Death was even in the air as crematoriums burned the dead up into ashes What I found so profoundly amazing within Wiesels book Night was the realness of something as a fortunate young adult I have never had to consider That is death As a teenager during the early 1940s in Sighet Romania Eliezer had a firm belief in God He yearned to study mysticism in his Jewish religion and deepen his knowledge of the Holy Books despite his fathers constant reminder that he was still to young and that there was no one in Sighet to teach him the Cabbala Frustrated and desperate for a teacher Eliezer meets Moshe the Beadle Moshe asks Eliezer thought provoking questions and intends to help him deepen his knowledge of his religion But this does not last soon Moshe is deported with others to a concentration camp where he is shot in the leg and taken for dead With tremendous luck he escapes from the Germans and returns to Sighet to warn the Jews No one believes him not even Eliezer but soon enough Moshes prophecy has come true The Jews of Sighet are put into Ghettos where they await uncertainty but if they have to await uncertainty they do it with optimism Their optimism fails them and the Jews of Sighet are transported to Birkenau This is only the beginning of Eliezers horrific ordeal At this time the Wiesel family suffers what
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