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Changes in Elie Wiesel

Summary: It is about the changes Elie Wiesel underwent spiritually and emotionally in the concentration camp.
After WW Ð, there were many significant changes throughout the world. However, the most significant changes were not in the countries, but in the people, mostly Nazi concentration camp survivors. The survivors not only endured physical changes from the malnutrition and disease, but also spiritual and emotional changes. Out of the survivors, the people who experienced the most change were the teenagers. The teenagers were forced to lose their innocence and become grown men and women, almost immediately after they stepped out of the cattle cars. Elie Wiesel was a teenager at the tender age of fourteen when he was deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau. Elie under went changes like no other, including coping with the death of his father, mother, and younger sister, Tzipora.

By the end of Elie's imprisonment, he had changed. However, the moment that greatest influenced him was the hanging of the pipel. "But the...

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