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Night, a Review

Summary: Reviews the autobiographical text, Night, By Elie Wiesel. Examines Wiesel's story telling techniques. Describes how the book could have been written better.
Imagine living in a world were every move is monitored? You were told what to do, when to do it, and how to do it. Imagine living in a camp with hardly any food water and daily living essentials! During the holocaust the Jews endured theses hardships, and much more. The holocaust was a "systematic killing of millions of European Jews by the Nazis."

As the winner of the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize, Elie Wiesel's Night, was in my opinion the most moving book I read all summer. I enjoyed this book for many reasons. One reason is that the whole book was full of short stories accumulated to make one. In the beginning of the book Eliezer tells about Moshe the Beadly, who was a foreigner Jew expelled from the little town of Sighet by the Hungarian Police. After he escaped from the Gestapo he traveled back...

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