Analysis Of Night By Elie Wiesel

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The pungent stench was unbearable for Elie's father could no longer move. All that could be heard were the painful moans of the sick and dying. All the strength had faded from his old, wizened body. The end was upon him. This scene from Night by Elie Wiesel describes one of the many conflicts he faces as a Jewish prisoner in concentration camps during the Holocaust. In the beginning of the book, Elie and his family are forced into a ghetto before being taken to Birkenau. After this, Elie and his father are separated from the rest of their family and sent to Auschwitz to become forced laborers. Next, Elie and his father are sent to work at Buna in an electrical parts warehouse. At the end of Night, the two are forced to march to Gleiwitz
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