Book Reports On Night By Elie Wiesel

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Eliezer Wiesel, also known as Elie, was born on September 30th 1928 in Sighetu Marmatiei, the Kingdom of Romania (Hungary at that time) - July 2, 2016 in Boston, Massachusetts, is a philosopher, writer, Jewish political and humanitarian activist and author of many books. "Night", which was written in 1960 is his memoir of those years living in Nazi concentration camp during the First World War when he was under the age of fifteen, a book honoring the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize.
The love is real in any situation, throughout the book is the story that Elie witnessed and what had happened to him during his years in the concentration camp and in those cruel situations. The love between humans in this world is warm, sometimes fragile or is distorted …show more content…

Another way to describe E.W’s father, although Shlomo was a respected Jewish community leader in Sighet that creates his personality is a paterfamilias but he slowly turn into feebleness day by day after the death of the Jews, wife and daughter; then, Eliezer was the only reason for him to keep his life . Another example of love in the story is the situation of Elie-Stein's relatives, as the crimes of war and displacement have divided the family, causing the man to panic. The silence of family news is an invisible obsession that can kill people in despair and hope; Elie understood that and by his kindness, he lied to this man, increasing his desire to live to be reunited with his family. Deepening the fatherly love between E.W and his father is a good example and plays an important role in shaping and influencing the …show more content…

Everything start with the Holocaust strategy which killed the Jews, separated thousands of family, it was their nightmare and no one wants to face with the death. On the other hand, do men become even more selfish in case the choice whether or not they should survive or die becomes urgent? There are times when bad thoughts come through in the minds of E.W, which is the struggle of human nature to make a decision between benefit and fatherly-love. Eliezer's father living or his ration? “Bread, soup - these were my whole life. I was a body. Perhaps less than that even: a starved stomach. The stomach alone was aware of the passage of time.” (Night, page 86). E.W needs more bread and soup to maintain his life, in spite of witnessing the guilty action of the son who killed his father for the bread, Elie doesn’t want to be such that demon but he still couldn’t pass his own test, just because the simple reason that he craving for life. Furthermore, the quote from the head of the block that affect strongly to Elie ideology that: “Don’t forget that you are in a concentration camp. In this place, it is every man for himself, and you cannot think of others. Not even your father. In this place, there is no such thing as father, brother, friend. Each of us lives and dies alone. Let me give you good advice: stop giving your ration of bread and soup to your old

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