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Essay | Night and All But My Life Comparison

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Night and All But My Life Comparison

Summary: This essay is used to compare the two Holocaust books Night and All But My Life. It will show how Elie lost his faith/hope, and how Gerda keeps her faith/hope.
     Night and All But My Life Comparison

  The Holocaust was the worst event to happen in the modern world.  The acts carried out by the Nazi party  to forcefully remove all "inferior" people including those of the Jewish faith were more than inhuman and malicious. Those in the concentration camps were deprived of nourishment, sleep, family, and most of all, hope and faith. In the following  two books, the  main characters both face  these troubles, but their reactions are different as their faith is questioned.  Both are heroes even though one character loses his faith in God and the other does not. Throughout Night, Elie Wiesel gradually loses his faith, and slowly becomes engulfed by the death and suffering surrounding him. But instead of giving up hope, Elie forces himself to continue, for...

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This section contains 2,371 words
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