Night Essay | Comparison of "The Stranger" and "Night"

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Comparison of "The Stranger" and "Night"

Summary: Essay provides a comparison between Albert Camus' "The Stranger" and Elie Wiesel's "Night."
Albert Camus and Wiesel portray very different views about life itself. The Night captures the idea of having faith and that life is a very meaningful thing, whereas The Stranger talks about everyone living, but for not much reason whatsoever and not really believing in a Lord. The meaning of life is different for every human being on this planet. Some people may believe in a Lord and some may not, some may believe in a reason for life and others may not. These two authors are at the total opposite ends of the spectrum; one having a character that believes in a religion and one has a character that is an atheist.

Night mainly focuses on a boy and father who are exiled to concentration camps during the holocaust. There strong sense of religion helps them succeed and move on, having one another...

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