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In Elie Wiesels book Night Wiesel once stated And he began beating him with an iron bar I had watched it all happen without moving I felt anger That was what life at the concentration camp had made of me Wiesel spectacularly changed throughout Night as a learner from departing home in Siget to arriving in the working camp BunaWiesel once was an intrapersonal learner Wiesel learned through books and liked to be more to himself Elie Wiesel was an exceedingly smart pupil and was close to his family All in all Wiesel was a self learner and loved to learn this all changed following the horrors of the Birkenau reception center Auschwitz and Buna Today Wiesel is a more logic learner which is something one needs when working under conditions like being beaten for any misdemeanors He learned how to use his experiences and what has happened to other people to make significant and trivial decisions Logic was a very imperative component of staying alive in camps of such mistreatmentIn conclusion Elie Wiesel has significantly transformed throughout the story Night Wiesel started out as an intrapersonal learner learning through his books and throughout his experiences ended up to be a logical learner learning through common sense experience and what is happening around him To summarize Wiesel has changed through the experiences from his past life
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