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Night By Elie Wiesel Hope or despair The book Night by Elie Wiesel is a first-person narrative about the Holocaust The Holocaust was the genocide of over 6 million European Jews and others by the Nazis during World War II The book tells the story of the time when the author was taken to a concentration camp by the Nazis At the time he was only 14 years old and lived in Sighet Transylvania He tells us all of his horrifying experiences as a Jewish prisoner Even though he tells us this gruesome story I believe he is trying to tell us that even though terrible things may happen you must always have hope that things are going to get better It must have been very hard for him to narrate this memories that probably still haunt him so we must be thankful to him for giving us this chunk of history that was missing Eliezer had many reasons to become hopeless He was how other Jews killed each other very selfishly over a piece of bread Here every man has to fight for himself and not think of anyone else Here there are no fathers no brothers no friends Everyone lives and dies for himself alone If mankind is this disgusting then God must be this way or may not exist When Eliezer first got to the concentration camp he didnt have any hope Never shall I forget those moments which murdered my God and my soul and turned my dreams to dust He saw how many people killed each other so this made him think there was no hope for him Throughout the story other than the conflict Eliezer has with the Nazis he also has a conflict with himself He started questioning his own faith He started wondering how could God permit such cruelty to take place Where is God now God didnt keep up with his promise to take
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