Night Essay | The Goal of "Night"

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The Goal of "Night"

Summary: Elie Weisel wrote his autobiography "Night" for one reason: was a warning so the horrors of the Holocaust would never be repeated. Family and inner strength was the key for Wiesel to survive life in the Nazi concentration camps of World War II.
Night by Elie Wiesel is a very worthwhile and extremely important piece of literature for students to read. Although it is a novel, it is an autobiographical account of what occurred all over Europe during World War Two. Unfortunately, there are many people in the world today who still deny that the Holocaust ever took place. The horrifying reality on each page of Wiesel's book makes it very difficult for readers to dismiss the truth of what happened. Although Night may be very disturbing and shocking, it is a very informative, direct, moving, and truthful account of what millions of people went through during the Holocaust. Night teaches the importance of family, and the power of love. Night also teaches that strength is more than just the amount of muscle one possesses.

Wiesel made it obvious that in writing this book he had one goal. That...

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