Inhumanity In Night By Elie Wiesel

297 Words2 Pages
A major theme in the book “Night” is inhumanity. In the book, a boy named Elie shares the inhumanities he witnessed and experienced at Auschwitz. His faith and hope is transformed by these events. The Jewish ghetto was the site of the separation of many innocent families. Brothers from sisters, husbands from wives, the Nazis tore apart hundreds of families. They were herded like animals onto trains going to the concentration camps. Packed in small areas with hardly enough room to breathe. Elie was separated from his sisters and his mother in the ghetto. This came without warning, and was only the beginning of the inhumanities Elie would experience. At the Nazi death camps, the Jewish people were given
Open Document