Elie Wiesel Essay | Conflicting Forces in Elie Wiesel's Night

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Conflicting Forces in Elie Wiesel's Night

Summary: Elie Wiesel's book Night describes the various conflicting forces that Wiesel faced during his ordeal at Auschwitz during World War II. The following overview covers how Wiesel overcame these forces.
Life is an uncertain pathway lying before us. As move on in life, we never fail to meet difficulties and be troubled by them. However, with enough courage and determination, everyone will be able to conquer the conflicting forces in our lives. The same goes for Elie in the novel "Night" by Elie Wiesel himself. Having lived through the ordeals in the concentration camps in Auschwitz, he himself can describe his ordeals he had to go through and survive through them.

Born in the town of Sighnet in Transylvania, he was the third of four children. His childhood was very inspired by a religious man called Moshe the Beadle, whom guided Elie in his religious studies in the Talmud. All way going well till one day, Moshe the Beadle was captured and brought away for a long time. The months passed and one day...

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