Book Review Of Night By Elie Wiesel

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The book I read was NIght by Elie Wiesel. This book was published in 1958.

Elie Wiesel was a well known author. He recently passed away July 2nd, 2016. He wrote many books: Night, Day, Dawn, and The Oath. He had a really rough childhood. As a child, he was in and out of concentration camps during WWII. When he finally got out of the camps, he became a writer and in 1958 wrote the book Night. He wrote Night to help people understand how poorly the Jews were treated at the concentration camps and what it was like there.

Night was a really good book and I would recommend it for others to read. Night was about this boy named Elie Wiesel, and how him and his family and all the other Jews were sent to the Ghettos in German. From there, sent to different concentration camps during WWII. In the book it talks about how poorly they were treated at the camps. For example, in the book Elie’s dad became really sick and he kept calling Elie’s name. The book says ”He continued to call me. The officer wielded his club and dealt him a violent …show more content…

The author wrote this book like he was telling it as if he was a kid again and reliving everything that happened. He also wrote this book in chronological order. I know this because the book starts off by the Jews getting sent to the Ghettos. Then it talks about how they have to leave the Ghettos and then are sent to their first concentration camp. Where they were treated really bad. Then, as time went on they got moved to another concentration camp. Next, It talks about how the Notzi’s were going to invade the concentration camp that Elie and some of the other Jews were a, they were forced to go to another concentration camp. Lastly, at the end of the book it talks about how Elie’s dad gets really sick and becomes helpless. All these events happen in order which proves that the book is written in chronological

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