How Does Elie Wiesel Use Segregation In The Book Night

394 Words2 Pages
Night by Elie Wiesel was a novel with great horror and suffering during the Holocaust. “Three days later, a new decree:every Jew had to wear the yellow star”(Wiesel 11).This quote marks the beginning of the religious segregation for Eliezer and his family. At this time the Jews had to wear stars, but as the novel progressed it got worse. It started as clothing then went to ghettos. Ghettos were enclosed districts where Jews lived separately from the world. Trains with large amounts of Jewish people moved from ghetto to ghetto. After that, came concentration camps where Jews were brutally hurt and abused. Eliezer and his father stayed in the same camp at first. They were separated from their other family. Eliezer and his father were given little
Open Document