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Night

Summary: Essay provides a summary of the novel "Night" by Elie Wiesel.
"Let us try to imagine what passed within him while his eyes watched the coils of black smoke unfurling in the sky from the oven where his little sister and his mother were going to be thrown with thousands of others."

It is unimaginable to try and picture what it would have felt like to be forced into captivity, separated from family and forced to leave your home for an unknown future. An early captive, who had escaped and returned to the camp, tried to warn the others. His stories were so brutal and inhumane that no one believed him. Information was scarce and inaccurate, the immediate future was unknown and feared.

Elie Wiesel reported such detail about his experiences, that it is very convincing. His narrative was rich with detail and feeling, transferring the feelings to the reader. His goal was to assure that no one would forget...

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