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Elie Wiesel's Struggle for Survival in the Nazi Death Camps in "Night"

Summary: The autobiography "Night" by Elie Wiesel describes his and others stuggles to survive the Nazi concentration camps of World War II. It describes the torture and horror the Jews faced in these death camps.
Night by Elie Wiesel is a true story of the author's childhood that's dominated by fear and anger. He is the main character and narrator of the book. The book is of the occurrences of his family and himself, through the traumatic and scaring life of the concentration camp. Elie is a very good strong character that pushes his way through the action and comes out on top. Being a young boy, separated from his mother, he stays with his father, Chlomo, a store owner and a Jewish community leader. Elie's life before the Germans rolled into town was a good one. He was extremely smart, studying all types of Jewish culture such as Talmud, Mysticism, Zohar, and Cabbala.

Traveling from camp to camp, Auschwitz to Buchenwald, and many other places, Elie was beaten, whipped, and terrified to learn what was next. "Never shall I forget that night...

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