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The Five Senses in "Night"

Summary: In Elie Wiesel's autobiography "Night," the author uses the human senses to paint a vivid picture of the horrors he experienced in a Nazi concentration camp.
The autobiography Night is one of the most descriptive and vivid books I've read. The way Elie Wiesel uses words to describe the characters and events in this book is phenomenal. Its descriptive words like this that help you visualize what is happening in that moment. In the next few paragraphs I will discuss several examples from the book to show you what I mean.

One way that Wiesel described is by using our senses. In the sentence, "There was an abominable odor floating in the air" describes the sense of smell. To describe how awful the odor was in the air he used the word abominable. By using this word it expresses how strong and unpleasant the scent was. Using that word helps you understand what the smell was like at the crematories. Another sentence that gives a great example has to do with...

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