Night Essay | Never Again: an Analysis of Night

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Never Again: an Analysis of Night

Summary: Analyzes the book Night, by Elie Wiesel. Discusses Wiesel's use of rhetorical devices. These devices include parallelism, metaphor, symbolism and irony.
In the book Night, Elie Wiesel shares with us his emotionally painful experience in the holocaust which he had previously kept silent for ten. This eye-opening book not only shows us the horrors of the Nazi regime, it shows us many great examples of literary devices. These devices include parallelism, metaphor, symbolism and irony. Wiesel's usage of these literary devices helps create a powerful effect that when you finish reading this book will stay with you for a life time.

Parallelism, the framing of words, phrases, sentences, or paragraphs to create structural similarity, is very notable throughout Night. Its use in this text is for emphasis of a situation or feeling Wiesel has. A good example of this is found on page thirty-two, where "Never shall I..." is repeated. In this use of parallelism Wiesel is trying to get across to us how much...

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