Internal Conflict In Elizer's The Return

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The second internal conflict that the protagonist experiences as they encounter fears can be seen in the book "The Return." The protagonist experiences two main internal conflicts one in which is painful death and indefinite separation. Eliezer, the main character, and his family have to be cautious to not have the internal conflict become reality. Through some of those fears cannot be stopped from happening. People will die, families will be separated and the selection will take out those weak and afraid. There is a great fear of separation in the book "Night." There is a vast amount of fear for painful death in Night. For example, Eliezer is standing line to go into the furnace, and he is sweating and starts to pray, “We were drawing closer
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