Cruelty In Elie Wiesel's Night

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Cruelty Functions in the Book Night Cruelty, inhumanity, savagery, barbarity, are all words that describe what Elie Wiesel had to endure during the Holocaust. The book Night by Elie Wiesel is a memoir of a victim who survived the Holocaust. During the book Night, Elie shows who he truly is through the fear and suffrage of the Nazis actions to him and his family during the Holocaust. Cruelty can alter a person's outlook on life very easily. Elie Wiesel, who actually wrote this book survived the holocaust,he was generous enough to share his experience while in the holocaust with the whole world.Elie was first taken to a ghetto in Sighet,Transylvania,during this time he was still with his family and had yet to separate,not much has happened yet to cause a revelation of one's outlook on life.Although he does have this nagging fear and anxiousness in the back of his mind while in the ghetto.Later with Elie's family was set on a train cart with around eighty other people traveling towards a concentration camp called Birkenau, this is where Elie loses his mother and little sister Tzipora forever,all the family he has with him now is just his father.Now when analysing the paperback book of Night ,Elie reveals that…show more content…
During this time period of the Holocaust Elie lost his father, causing him to lose all feeling except to rejoice that he now has no one else to care for.This just represents that during this time of cruelty that everyone one thought in their mind was the word survival.At the end of Elies cruel experience is when he ends up on
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