Elie Wiesel's Response To Night

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Death was the best thing that could have happened to Elie WIesel. In his book, night, he has to overcome some of the most gruesome experiences ever read about, and it’s a true story. He had to get over working in terrible conditions, get over losing his family, and forget his future as his faith was lost. To start off, Elie had to get over the unbearable dilemma of losing multiple members of his family. It is unimaginable to lose any family members in such a horrid way, but that was only one of the barriers he had to face. Elie had the perseverance to keep functioning even after encountering something so terrible. Losing his family was only one one of the barriers he had to overcome. Without a family, it made the experience a

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