Night Essay | Elie's Relationships with His Father & God

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Elie's Relationships with His Father & God

Summary: In his memoir, Night, author Elie Wiesel recalls his experiences as a young Jewish boy in a Nazi death camp. Throughout his ordeals, he develops a renewed relationship with his father and with God.
In his memoir, Night, author Elie Wiesel recalls his experiences as a young Jewish boy in a Nazi death camp. The narrative begins with Wiesel and his family living in Sighet, Romania, when the plot of the story begins to unfold. Soon afterward, the Jewish people are deported, and the horrifying events of the Holocaust are revealed. Throughout the story, Wiesel describes the atrocities that took place during this period of genocide during World War II. As the story progresses, various relationships that Wiesel holds with certain individuals evolve, and these changes contribute to his survival. Two such characters that the author relates to through his horrifying experiences are God and his father.

Wiesel starts out in the story as a firm believer in God; however, his faith in and relationship with God begins to change as a result of his agonizing experiences. Despite...

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