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Essay | Night: A Biographical Memoir by Elie Wiesel

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Night: A Biographical Memoir by Elie Wiesel

Summary: Essay discusses how the Jews performed humanitarian acts despite their brutal conditions provided by the Germans.
In "Night", a biographical memoir by Elie Wiesel, we are given insight on how people can withstand the fascist poison of unjustifiable physical abuse and psychological torture, characterized by the humane behavior, which is maintained despite the horrors of fascism. For a significant number of Jews, the barbarism of the Nazi's does not take away their personalities, they are still able to love and care for other, respect other and even make new friends. Further, the civilized structure and deeply religious conventions of Jewish society tend to produce moralistic, loving and understanding citizens, which safeguards most of them from going insane during their horrific ordeal.

Even though Elie is placed under immense physical and mental pressure, he still puts other before him, who are less physically able as he was, especially his father. Elie maintains his love for his father, who is sick...

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This section contains 737 words
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