Analyzing Elie Wiesel's 'The Night'

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1. The Buna has a good atmosphere. People were wearing nice clothes, wandering and they had more freedom here. They were given new clothes. 2. The officers take interest in the young boy because they liked children. They also had brought bread for them, some soup and margarine. Wiesel allows the reader to make assumptions before relaying the truth because at Buna the officers were nice to prisoners, especially children. This is the quote from book that shows why Wiesel allows the readers to make assumptions, “Would you like to get into a good Kommando?” “Of course. But on one condition. I want to stay with my father.” “All right”. The Night is memoir than fiction because it is a collection of Wiesel’s memories about the moments and events that
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