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Essay | Night by Elie Weisel: An Examination of Faith

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Night by Elie Weisel: An Examination of Faith

Summary: Reviews the Holocaust story Night by Elie Weisel. Describes Elie's struggle with faith while in the concentration camp.
It was this quote which when uttered eased the "wind of revolt" as the young Jewish men finally began contemplating a rebellion against the German Nazi's as they entered the concentration camp of Birkenau. Although these words had an impact for most of them men it didn't impact on Eliezer as he had already begin to lose faith in a God he had cherished so much. There is an apparent transformation in Elie as he changes from a devout Jewish boy into a man who questions the divine lore's "absolute justice." Elie explains this alteration throughout his memoir however it takes a deeper understanding to fully comprehend the complete shift in his faith.

The reader is introduced to a dedicated and committed boy whose sole aim in life is to study the Talmud and learn the teachings of the Cabbala. Elie spent...

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