Elie Wiesel's Adulthood

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It 's said that the experiences we have as kids shape who we are as adults, but is this true for Elie Wiesel? In Elie Wiesel 's Night, Wiesel tells the harsh realities he and his father had to face at the concentration camps. In 1944, a fifteen-year-old Wiesel is forced from his home and placed into concentration camps with his father. He deals with unimaginable acts of hatred, death and loss of faith. All of this causes Wiesel 's personality to change throughout the course book. In the beginning of Night, Wiesel is independent and fairly rebelouis. Wiesel wants to study Kabbalah at a young age:
One day I asked my father to find me a master who could guide me in the studies of Kabbalah, you are too young for that. Maimonides tells us that
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