Faust In Elie Wiesel's 'Night'

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The scene Night tells the story about Faust is a scholarly man who is alone in his room at night before Easter Eve. He sits at his desk with surround of many things as clutter of books, and scientific instruments, but he feels nothing. He is too depressed and frustrated when he faces with himself, although he has been achieved and mastered many things like philosophy, medicine, law and theology. What a pity, Faust feels only darkness around him. He is unsatisfied and unbelieved in himself because of thinking his knowledge and understanding of human and universal too limited. He wants to escape his terrible situation. He hopes he can free as the moon and can over all of nature; he try to get in the magic world where he sees the sign of

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