Examples Of Faith In Night By Elie Wiesel

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"Faith is not a belief. Faith is what is left when your beliefs have all been blown to hell." During World War II losing faith was common, especially in the concentration camps where living another day was a blessing and a curse. In the novel Night, Elie Wiesel writes about his experiences, as a teenager, in the concentration camps. Memories of the death of his family, hunger, and the destruction of his own innocence can lead a man to lose faith. After his arrival to the concentration camps, the readers start to note that Wiesel starts losing faith in God, in his fellow men and in himself. However, it is more notable that Wiesel loses his faith in God sooner. Before Wiesel was sent to the camps, the readers learned that he was a very religious,
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