Analysis Of Night By Elie Wiesel

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Imagine showing up to church, nothing different from every other time you arrive. However, this time when you show up, you notice flames and pure destruction. Today, this scenario seems make-believe, however this was not the case in Sighet, Transylvania in 1941. According to Elie Wiesel’s memoir Night, once the German soldiers arrived in Sighet, many norms were altered, such as their laws and attires. Eli Wiesel uses night as a motif in the memoir Night in order to convey an underlying message about the increase of darkness, possibilities of death and lack of humanity once non-authoritarian members arrive. Eli emphasizes this underlying message in order to accentuate the German soldier’s impact and effect once arriving in Sighet as seen by

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