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Elie Wiesels Night shows the world the journey that the Jewish community went thought to surpass the Holocaust Wiesel specifically uses literary techniques to help demonstrate it to the reader The author uses strong diction to show how the Jews were dehumanizing thought out the Holocaust Shifts in relationships also helps convey the authors theme The writer Elie Wiesel uses diction and shows changes in relationship to help convey the theme that ones environment impacts individuals and human relationship Wiesel uses strong diction to show how the Holocaust was dehumanizing the Jews Dehumanization is depriving human qualities personality or spirit Eliezer first got a glimpse of this when he entered camp Auschwitz children thrown into flames Is it any wonder that ever since then sleep tends to elude me Wiesel 32 This ruins Eliezer spirit forcing him to mature mentally to survive the Holocaust Towards the beginning of the book the Nazi then takes Eliezer personality Eliezer is no longer addressed by his name but is known by a number I became A-7713 From then on I had no other name Wiesel 42 From there on Wiesel is no a individual but a number trying to survive The Nazi also deprived the Jews of basic necessities to live The prisoners have to create alternative ways just to survive Someone had the idea of quenching his thirst by eating snow Soon we were all imitating thirst by eating snow Wiesel 96 The Jews were forced into such extreme environments that they had to settle to eat snow to survive Wiesel uses diction to show the readers that the Jews were forced to be dehumanized because of their surroundings The author gives examples of shifts in father son relationships to show how the environment impacts on individuals and their interactions with others One example is between the Rabbi and his son The son purposely left his father in a time of need He had seen him And
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