Ellie's Relationship In Night By Elie Wiesel

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In Night by Elie Wiesel, we get a biographical account of a young Ellie being forced into staying at a concentration camp. He takes us through the times where he was tortured in the concentration camp.He explains many different ways he was during his 2 years in the concentration camp. It ends when he is liberated by the Russians, and let into society again. In this novel, the traumatic experiences that Ellie experiences causes his relationship with others to change. First, Elie's relationship with his father changes. At the beginning of the book, he at least has a little bit to do with his father, and he cares about him. However, he gave ‘him what was left of [his] soup. But [his] heart was heavy. [He] was aware that [he] was doing it grudgingly.”(Wiesel
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