Book Reports On Night By Elie Wiesel

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Imagine seeing a pit full of dead babies used as target practice for the german soldiers. Well during the holocaust the Jew’s and Elie Wiesel experienced this. The Holocaust was a genocide during World War 2 in which Nazi Germany, aided by its collaborators, systematically murdered approximately 6 million Europeans Jews. These people were put in camps, separated from theirre family;, they had camps just for men and women they were seperated. All the children that aren't healthy and strong they would kill them and the babies were used as shooting practice. This is what Elie Wiesel experienced as teenager. He wrote a book called Night sharing his experience with us so we can at least get in image what had happened during the Holocaust. After writing the book Night Elie Wiesel won a nobel prize and gave a great speech about everything that happened, Elie Wiesel wants us to …show more content…

But why did he really wrote that book? He wrote the book to make sure that the rest of the world doesn’t make that mistake. Elie Wiesel had one main purpose for writing of his experiences during the Holocaust. In his introduction He knew that the Holocaust and the period of time which surrounded it “would be judged one day”.Elie did have a fear thought, that the testimony he would provide will not received well. He knew that the only people who would truly understand were those who had lived through and experienced life in the concentration camps. Even though Elie realized that they, readers, would not “know” the reality behind the Holocaust, he hoped that they would “understand”. He worried that he would not be able to help those who did not experience it because the words he chose may be wrong. Regardless of this barrier, Elie stood strong. He refused to stay silent Therefore, his purpose in writing Night was to not stay silent and bear witness to the

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