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Night

Summary: Explores passages from Night, by Elie Wiesel. Examines how Eliezer Wiesel loses his faith in God, his family and humanity through his experiences in a Nazi concentration camp.
Eliezer Wiesel loses his faith in god, family and hmanity through the experiences he has from the Natzi concentration camp.

Eliezer loses faith in god. He struggles physically and mentally for life and no longer believes there is a god. "Never shall I forget those moments which murdered my god and my soul and turned my dreams to dust..."(pg 32). Elie worked hard to save himself and asks god many times to help him and take him out of his misery. "Why should I bless his name? The eternal, lord of the universe, the all-powerful and terrible was silent..."(pg 31). Eliezer is confused, because he does not know why the germans would kill his face, and does not know why god could let such a thing happen. "I did not deny god's existence, but I doubted his absolute justice..."(pg 42). These conditions gave him confidence, and courage to live...

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