Comparing Night And Prisoner B-3087

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The abuse of human life that has happened over the course of history is something that no one should have ever experienced, although similar violence still goes on today. It is a question to ask as in the book Night, “Can this be true? This is the twentieth century, not the Middle Ages. Who would allow such crimes to be committed?” Although people have grown over time to accept people of different color, religion and believes there is still hate crimes in the world today. My paragraphs are going to take about the differences and similarities of the two books Night and Prisoner B-3087. The books Prisoner B-3087 and Night. Elie around 15 years old when taken by the Germans and is the main character in the book Night. Yanek was taken around the age of 10 years old and the main character in the book Prisoner B-3087. Both books tell a story about a young teenage boy’s experience living a normal life but then going through the worst experience he could imagine. ”In the two books, the young boys and their families are overtaken by Germans.” From this moment on, you are under the authority of the German Army.” The Germans take all of their valuables. The Germans set specific rules for the Jewish people like not allowing them out past a certain time, limiting any food supply to them, restricting them from prayer and…show more content…
Many lives were lost during the German’s attempt to wipe out all Jews, and those who lived lost a part of their life during this time. The young boys lost their childhood and ‘innocences’. They witness more death and suffering than anywhere in the country. Today, there is still death and violence against others. There is pledges from other countries to want to kill Americans and Christians. As Elie says in Night, “ Our lives no longer belong to us alone; they belong to all those who need us desperately.” We must make sure history doesn’t repeat itself, and there is no more pain or suffering for
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