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Night, memoir of the Holocaust

Summary: literatue analysis of the novel, Night by Elie Wiesel
Harsh Treatment of Children
        During the holocaust six million Jews were killed, some Jews were tortured or treated brutally, and those who survived the holocaust are still haunted by their experiences in the concentration camps. The treatment of children during the holocaust added a certain brutality to the actions of the Nazis in the concentration camps. The book Night by Elie Wiesel shows how the harsh management of Jewish children created a further savageness to the behavior of the Nazis in the concentration camps. The author used the literary devices theme, irony, and setting to show how children played a major role in making the horrors Wiesel experienced in the concentration camps even more horrible.

    First example that shows the dealing of Jewish children during the holocaust added greater cruelty toward the actions of the Nazis in the concentration camps is when...

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