A Literary Analysis Of Night By Elie Wiesel

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Literary Analysis The Holocaust was a time in history, which affected many people and events and still does today. It is the hope that we will learn from what occured by reading the literature generated by survivors and family members. In the book Night by Elie wiesel, the reader learns several life lessons from the horror and triumph of those who lived through this time, which are shown in stories, essays, and personal accounts. The lesson which is most predominant in the book is Apostasy. Apostasy is the abandonment or renunciation of a religious or political belief. Apostasy is shown in many places throughout the book, but, there are three places that really stand out. On page 31 the first example of apostasy is shown when Eliezer's father

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