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Essay | Night by Elie Wiesel Succeeds as Holocaust Literature

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Night by Elie Wiesel Succeeds as Holocaust Literature

Summary: The reasons Elie Wiesel's book Night is effective as Holocaust literature are analyzed. The stories of his loss of family, loss of faith and the gruesome details all contribute to the book’s success.
The book `Night' by Elie Wiesel is a very effective piece of Holocaust literature. Wiesel tells of how babies were thrown into the air and shot like targets by the evil SS men. He spoke candidly about his father's last days of life and of how he gave up on God and lost his faith. It is effective because of Wiesel's stories of his loss of family, loss of faith and the gruesome descriptive details.

In the beginning og the book, Elie was a very religious young man that had extreme faith in God. He studied the Talmud and the Cabbala every day. Moshe the Beadle assisted Elie in studying the cabbala although his father said he was not yet ready. During his imprisonment, he lost his faith in God. When his friend, Juliek, asked him where God was he replied that...

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