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Essay | The Mill Girls

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The Mill Girls

Summary: In the book "Night", by Elie Wiesel, there are many examples of hope through out the book. Hope can be anywhere, even at the waiting of death. Or when everything seems lost and useless.
HUMAN NATURE

Human nature is what defines human, something that comes with out thinking, with out calling, and with out a thought. Human nature, or as some people might call it: an instinct. Part of human nature is to believe in something, especially when the situation is harsh and very difficult. Usually when in danger, a person tends to believe in something like in survival or finding something that can keep that person going. Believing is to hope. It can make a person strong, strong enough for another moment to come, and the next. In the book "Night", there are many examples of hope through out the book. Hope can be anywhere, even at the waiting of death. Or when everything seems lost and useless.

A good example of hope that also includes faith is Akiba Drumer. He is a very religious person, and sings of faith...

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