Night by Elie Wiesel shows when humans are put in horrible situations, the acts of selfishness greatly increase. The book shows that when humans are in crisis like the Holocaust everyone is desperate to survive, so they will do anything they can to get their basic needs. The people forgot who they are as human, and how it made Elie and others act differently towards each other. Elie Wiesel, and everyone who he meets along the way want to survive this, at times they forget why they want to live. But no one wants to get defeated by the Germans.
For every individual, it is difficult to give up two than one. In the novel Night, by Elie Wiesel, Elie magnanimously inputs his blood and sweat by sacrificing his strength and rations for the survival of his father. He holds unconditional hopes of believing that he will be able to make not only himself survive through the brutal camps under German control, but also his father through his efforts. Through this, Elie uses the relationship with his father to suggest that individuals should be independent for better survival because it is more efficient to create a single, strong individual rather than two weak ones. Elie may have continuously helped his father in lengthening his endurance, but failed to straighten his father’s will.
Elie Wiesel in Night says to take care of one another is consequential for survival. Elie shows this during the sickness of his father. He cannot bear to see his father die, so “[Elie] fought [his] way to the coffee cauldron like a wild beast. And [he] succeeded in bringing back a cup. [Elie] took one gulp.
Elie survives because his family is with him. Family is the reason Elie survives because of the multiple moments where Elie’s family helps him to both be able to survive and have the will to survive. In the story Elie thinks “My father’s presence was the only thing that stopped me . . . I had no right to let myself die.
Surviving the Holocaust Elie Wiesel went through one of the hardest periods of time any man has ever encountered, and lived through to tell about it. The Holocaust was truly one of the most horrific events of discrimination, persecution, and genocide. Elie reveals his story through Eliezer in his novel Night. Some would expect a man who has gone through such terrible times to lack in perseverance and kindness. However, Wiesel displays his willpower, faith, morals, and bond to his father throughout this dark and eye-opening book.
teve Goodier once wrote, “My scars remind me that I did indeed survive my deepest wounds.” Night by Elie Wiesel is a memoir about Elies life during The Holocaust. He was a young boy when he was taken from his home in Sighet, Transylvania and brought to concentration camps. He was separated from his mother and two sisters and was left with his father. Determined for him and his father to live, Elie faced many people who didn 't want him to keep going and others who encouraged him to keep going.
Night Essay Ever wondered what it must feel like to be in the holocaust with your family? In the book Night, written by Elie Wiesel, Wiesel gives you a pretty good idea of what his relationship with his father was like during the horrific experience. In the book the Jewish family was deported to one of the deadliest concentration camps during world war II. Once arrived at the camp the family is separated.
Fear can do a lot to a person, fear can make someone do crazy things. Elie overcomes the brutalities and insanities of Auschwitz, he faces fear in way in he never expected to face, he develops the fear of selection, the unknown, and fear for his family's safety. Throughout the the memoir Night, Elie Wiesel uses fear to show his journey through deathly encounters, the unknown, and for his caretaker role for his father. First arriving into the ghettos, came the fear of the unknown. Why were Elie and his family there?
The Holocaust was a genocide during World War II, in which Adolf Hitler and German Nazis systematically assassinated over six million innocent Jews. Prior to the Holocaust, the Jewish population was calculated as 9,508,340, and at the end of the Holocaust the numbers had drastically faltered to around 300,000 survivors… only 9% of the once flourishing Jewish population. Among these survivors was Eliezer Wiesel, author of the award-winning book Night. In Night, tragic events transform the Jewish people and cause them to behave immorally and cruelly. Though Elie never fully escapes his fate, he comes close.
As Sukarno once said, “The worst cruelty that can be inflicted on a human being is isolation.” In Night by Elie Wiesel, Anna Karenina, and The Old Guitarist by Pablo Picasso, the protagonists all struggle with isolation. Elie, Anna, and the old man are isolated from society because they are different than everybody else and unworthy of being included, which results in depression, death, and misery. Elie Wiesel, a Jew removed from his home and relocated to Auschwitz, is an outcast and is isolated from the rest of society because he is considered different. When Elie first arrives to the death camp, he describes his surroundings as “empty and dead” (Wiesel 47).