Commentary On Night By Elie Wiesel

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Elie Wiesel was bestowed a Nobel Peace Prize for his benevolent acts of peace. He wrote memoirs like Night, it depicts Elie Wiesel's life during his terrifying experience inside the concentration camps of Auschwitz and Buma where the Nazis beat starved and killed 11 million people. Elie Wiesel is tortured emotionally and spiritually in the concentration camps of the Holocaust and as a result, is greatly altered

Elie’s relationship with his god changes thoroughly throughout his time in the concentration camps. At only 12 years of age, Elie is deep into his religious studies and spends a large portion of his time inside the temple. After being submitted to the concentration camps, his faith was continually tested, and eventually, it wore away.
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