Night Essay | Night: Eliezer's Relationship with God

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Night: Eliezer's Relationship with God

Summary: Analyses Elie Wiesel's autobiographical story, Night. Examines Eliezer's relationship with God. Discusses how a child's unfailing devotion can provide strength.
World War II breaks out in Europe during the conclusion of the 1930s. Adolph Hitler plunges Germany into darkness while quickly moving to take over bordering countries with his army of Nazis. Eliezer, a boy no more than 15 years old, lives in Hungary, which is dangerously close to Germany. Along with many other Jews, Eliezer is deported from his home and into a world of unimaginable terror. Night is a memoir of those experiences and, more importantly, a stark reminder that these events should never be allowed to repeat themselves. In Night, author Elie Wiesel writes about his devotion as a child, religious observances, and anger towards God to reveal how he is still a believer in the Jewish faith despite all that happen to him.

The central conflict Elie Wiesel depicts is not with the Nazis, but with God, which reveals the enduring relationship...

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