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Innocence Lost in Night by Elie Wiesel

Summary: In his book Night, Elie Wiesel gives an account of his struggle for survival in a Nazi concentration camp during the Holocaust. Wiesel described the loss of his innocence, which had consisted of his closeness to his family and his devout religious beliefs; while in the concentration camp, he witnessed the death of his entire family and lost his faith in God.
Night, by Elie Wiesel, is the devastating account that chronicles a young boy's struggle for survival in the Nazi concentration camps of the Holocaust. At the beginning of this novella, Elie Weisel is a fourteen year old boy living in Sighet, Transylvania. It is here where Elie studies religion, which is a significant part of his life, under the mentorship of Moché the Beadle. One day, Moché is deported to a concentration camp, but within time, returns to warn the people of Sighet about the horrors he experienced. It was warnings like this and others that were ignored because of thoughts that such distressing events could not occur. Soon, their freedoms were limited, they were forced into two ghettos, and before long, were on their way to the concentration camps. In these chambers of hell, Elie is separated from his family and his...

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