Analysis Of Night By Elie Wiesel

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In Elie Wiesel’s memoir Night he compares two experiences of hanging through which the end result had been vastly different. The first hanging that he saw was of solely just a man and they were given soup afterwards; they were very hungry, their stomachs empty so once given that soup it had tasted as if he just won the lottery. Yes it was tragic but they had by then probably witnessed a lot of the hardships brought upon them by the Nazis’, so for them they only wanted soup. The second time was different, it was dark, inhumane, terribly horrifying. This time it was of three, two of which were adults; but that last one... that last one was a boy. He struggled, still alive and breathing with an innocent face, swinging by his neck, for more than

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