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Changes of Eliezer in Night

Summary: In his autobiography, Night, Elie Wiesel tells of his horrific experience in Nazi concentration camps. In 1941, Elie and his family were cruelly ripped from their town in Transylvania and herded like cattle into Birkenau. There, Elie's experiences transform him from a naïve, pious boy to a war-hardened young man.
In his autobiography, Night, Elie Wiesel tells of his horrific experience in Nazi concentration camps. In 1941, Elie and his family were cruelly ripped from their town in Transylvania and herded like cattle into Birkenau. There, Elie's experiences transform him from a naïve, pious boy to a war-hardened young man.

Before his deportation to the camp, Elie was an innocent boy and a devout Jew; but this soon changed when he witnessed the atrocities of the camp. Upon seeing the crematories, Elie experienced the beginning of doubt: "For the first time, I felt revolt rise up in me. Why should I bless His name""(42) This shows Elie's faith in God was beginning to waver. Elie was further disillusioned after witnessing the hanging of an innocent child: "Where is He? He is hanging here on the gallows" (72). This horrific moment signifies the lowest point in Elie's...

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