Night Essay | Night: Family Ties in Times of Darkness

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Night: Family Ties in Times of Darkness

Summary: it's about how the value of family changes throughout Night by Elie Wiesel.
Throughout history, the family has been a basic social group united through bonds of kinship or marriage. Ideally, the family provides its members with protection, companionship, security, and socialization. A real family is a group of persons that love each other and will do anything to make the other one happy. Everybody needs someone to count on, someone to be there for them when they need it most. In Night, the concept of family changed from being something that kept you alive, to being a burden that decreased the chances of survival.

At the beginning of the novel Night, we see family as something necessary, something worth living for. When the Jews arrive at the first camp, they are separated by gender. Elie gets separated from his mother and sisters. He is only with his father. Elie and his father are brutally treated...

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