Changes In Night By Elie Wiesel

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A dark traumatic event can cause permanent changes in a person. The is quite evident in the Holocaust during WW II. Eliezer Wiesel was a jew in the Holocaust and wrote a book titled Night about his experiences. Wiesel’s torturous experience changed his outlook on his attitude towards others. When Eliezer's book begins he is a very compassionate person. He thinks of others before himself and makes sure everyone is comfortable. “My sisters and I were still allowed to move about, as we were destined for the last convoy, and so we helped the best we could.” If this event would have happened later in the story Eliezer would have been making sure he was okay and preparing for himself. Eliezer's change is more evident is an interview Elie did with

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