Night Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Night by Elie Weisel.
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Night by Elie Weisel: Examinng Elie's Realtionship with Others

Summary: Reviews the book Night, by Elie Weisel. Provides a character analysis of Elie and examines her behavior in the concentration camp.
The head of the block says to Elie,"here every man has to fight for himself and not think of anyone else... Here, there are no fathers, no brothers, and no friends'

Does this statement reflect how Elie behaves"

This advice given to Elie is in complete conflict with what helps him to survive his time in the concentration camps of "Aushwitz" and "Buchenwald." Elie survives through the strengthened relationship he has with his father and the befriending of others Jew such as Yossi and Tibi. Although his own instincts does at times compromise the relationships he has with others for the most part the statement does not reflect how Elie behaves.

Elie is a loyal son who through the morals in which he has been taught would never betray his father. At the beginning of the memoir it can be...

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