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Father and Son Relationships

Summary: This essay is about the father and son relationships in Elie's book "Night."
The book, Night, is about a young Jewish boy, and his struggle to stay alive during the Holocaust. He and his family, as well as numerous other families, were kidnapped from their homes by the German Nazis and were forced to work in concentration camps because of their Jewish heritage. The Jews were required to work day and night and were treated like animals. Elie and his father were separated from his mother and sister, whom Elie would never see again. He has to endure many trials and tribulations while in the concentration camps which challenges his beliefs and virtues to their limits. Although Elie and his father managed to get along in the concentration camps, not all sons got along with the fathers. The fathers in the story were usually the more caring ones. The sons, on the other hand, were the ones that abused...

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