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Summary: The author of the Night, Elie Wiesel, has qualifications for writing this book. He was alive during the holocaust and was imprisoned in the concentration camps. He wrote the Night to tell about the emotional truth during the Holocaust, as experienced by Jews. He did not write this to tell about the Holocaust, only to let everyone know about his personal experiences and what it was really like in a concentration camp.
The author of the Night, Elie Wiesel, has qualifications for writing this book. He was alive during the holocaust and was imprisoned in the concentration camps. Elie wrote the book through the main character, a Jewish teenager, Eliezer. He knew about the camps because he had personal experience in different camps. Elie has qualifications to right the non fiction book the Night.

Elie Wiesel wrote the Night to tell about the emotional truth during the Holocaust, as experienced by Jews. He did not write this to tell about the Holocaust, only to let everyone know about his personal experiences and what it was really like in a concentration camp.

In the story the Night, a key topic that was expressed in great detail was the struggle for freedom during the Holocaust. The struggle was for the Jews to overcome their civil rights and fight for their beliefs in their...

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