Night Essay | The Will to Survive by Elie Wiesel in "Night"

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The Will to Survive by Elie Wiesel in "Night"

Summary: In his autobiography "Night," Elie Weisel's father instilled in him the will to survive the Nazi concentration camp in which he was imprisoned.
Auschwitz. Bergen-Belsen. Treblinka. Lublin. Birkenau. Only a handful of concentration camps where Jews met their final destination. To them terror was represented by two words death camps. Men and women alike woke up wondering: Will I die today? Will god give me another day or is this the end? Extremely few people lived to tell the tale of what happened at these places. One of these people was Elie Wiesel. He had a strong advantage which helped him survive, his father.

One of the reasons Elie survived was that his family accompanied him during the most difficult times. In the camps people abandoned their families. People lost everything they valued and were treated like animals. In one instant when they were being translated to another camp Rabbi Eliahou lost sight of his son.

"'Where has he disappeared? Where can I find...

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