Adversity In Night By Elie Wiesel

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Elie Wiesel had a childhood full of adversity. When you’re exposed to so much violence and adversity at such a young age, your lifespan is shorter and you health declines rapidly. Studies show that children who are regularly affected by trauma have undeveloped brains and are more vulnerable to various diseases. Elie and his father were both exposed to violence during the rough times of the Holocaust. Violence made Elie question his faith in God, and made him grow numb to death and adversity. It caused his dad to become very ill. To start, Elie Wiesel changed drastically during the Holocaust. Throughout the story “Night”, Elie finds himself questioning his faith in God. He asks himself “Where is God? Why, but why would I bless him? He

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