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Night, A Review

Summary: Reviews the semi-autobiographical story, Night, written by Elie Weisel. Details the Holocaust survivor's life in the concentration camp. Examines the modern treatment of Jewish people.
Night, Elie Wiesel's eyewitness account of the horrors of life in a Nazi concentration camp in Europe in World War II depicts the most monstrous crime in history. From the beginning of time, Jews have been besieged, tortured and persecuted. During Hitler's dictatorship more than six million Jews were exterminated. The Jews were resented for their superiority in education, their affluent life styles, and their prosperity in business which evoked jealousy among other races in the society. The Germans blamed the Jews for the humiliation at the end of the World War I. Wiesel; a Holocaust survivor gives a clear graphic description of daily life in the death camps of Auschwitz and Buna confirming thereby the inhumanities perpetrated by the Nazis. The first brutal treatment of the Jews by the SS guards was deportation. They had to leave their own residence and possessions. Secondly they were separated...

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