Examples Of Silence In Night By Elie Wiesel

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The Jews in question are being held captive and are tortured for suspicion of sabotage; the young pipel remains silent in solitary confinement. He is being condemned to death, along with two other inmates, for possessing arms. When face to face with death, they remain silent. Silence is a key factor of Night, an autobiography written by Elie Wiesel. A story about how close to death the Jews are. The book reveals thoughts and opinions that Elie has when placed into the concentration camps. Fear is shown in the beginning, but recedes toward the end. The Jews' faith in God quivers, and most believe that He is dead. Elie takes care of his weakened father, as he finds himself wishing for death. Night, in the book, is when the Jews were most fearful,
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