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Night, a Review

Summary: Reviews the semi autobiographical novel, Night, by Elie Wiesel. Describes it as a powerful story about a depressing subject matter. Explores the feelings on the Holocaust which the novel evokes.
In Night there are many scenes that include depressing subject matter. Night, being such a powerful story, needs to have these types of scenes included within it. There is nothing about this terrible time that isn't depressing. I can't find anything happy or joyful about watching your father die or watching others being burned or hanged. To catch the real details about this book, Wiesel had to include the real things that happened. The harshness of the SS officers was shown many different times. For example, one officer said to the prisoners while traveling from one camp to another "There are eighty of you in this wagon, if anyone is missing, you'll all be shot like dogs (Night 22)." I could never imagine being treated like I wasn't even a person. The officers wanted the Jews to experience pain and suffering, so if one tried to escape they...

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