Elie Wiesel Experience In Night

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In the story Night, The Author Elie Wiesel describes his experience in the Auschwitz concentration camp during World War 2. The camp was an unimaginable camp held for Jewish people. He describes his first night as unforgettable. All the innocent children's bodies went up into a flame, the nocturnal silence that deprived his desire to live. “The orders came: “Strip! Hurry up! Raus! Hold on only to your belt and your shoes ...” Elie Wiesel's experiences during the holocaust were unimaginable and had a profound impact on his life. If he were to forget these experiences, he would lose an essential part of his identity and what has made him the person he is today. Remembering these experiences is crucial, as they serve as a reminder of the cruel punishments Jews were forced to experience and it is important to not forget history's darkest moments. Even though the experiences he experienced in the concentration camp were cruel, they had a positive effect on causing him to be mentally strong. Wiesel's memories of the …show more content…

His ability to persevere in the face of unimaginable cruelty and the struggle to maintain humanity makes him a strong person. It is important for him to remember all the freezing cold nights, the horrible food, and the dreadful desire for the life he had to experience. "Never shall I forget the nocturnal silence that deprived me for all eternity of the desire to live." If he were to forget these experiences, he would be denying himself the opportunity to reflect on his inner strength and use it to inspire others. Wiesele's memories are a vital reminder of the strength and resilience that humans can possess, even in the face of unimaginable adversity. The conditions he was forced to experience made him a stronger person and if he were to deny that he would deny the experience he had

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