Critical Analysis Of Night By Elie Wiesel

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In stressful situations or in times of war, mankind has tossed out its caring nature and turn inhuman or cruel in its place, abandoning all conscience. In Elie Wiesel’s memoir Night, he distinctly recalls and describes the inhumane treatment of Jews during WWII, and how he survived. Through his memoir the reader can visualize the world around Elie, through his eyes, and learn how cruel people can be to each other, all because of some sort of small difference among them. In Elie’s writing, he claims to be less of literary writer, but more of a witness to the horrific scenes he saw and believes that if he wants to do something about it, he will have to tell the world so that “They don’t forget the villains for they done”. When events like the
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