Alienation In Sacrifice Wiesel's Novel '

361 Words2 Pages
Blindly loving someone means to sacrifice for Michael Smith in the novel. Whether it pushes him to commit a crime, if it does well on someone who he loves, he decides to risk everything that he can. Although under the special circumstances he is placed, he struggles with his inability to express his feeling. He compensates with his artistic talents, but his talents and the forbidden love is revealed, it miserably misleads him to give up his normal life, and he recognizes the painfulness of loving someone being unrequited.

Michael distinguishes himself with other by his special circumstances. As being the hero who survived the tragic incident, he feels hopeless and empty. Having the sense of alienation from people around him, the existence

More about Alienation In Sacrifice Wiesel's Novel '

Open Document