Loss Of Hope In Night By Elie Wiesel

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When reading the book “night” by Elie Wiesel, you can never be sure something is to be set in stone. Even the characters drastically change from societies previous distorted visions of a Jew to the primordial beast that dwells over the basic components of survival itself. For example, a selfless and cultured man known as Eliezer’s father is forced to adapt himself into a man so full of sorrow not even his own wife would be able to recognize him. What did this? Many may say it was the loss of God. but I believe it was the loss of hope all together. For Eliezer and his father, God was all they had ever known, not once did the thought occur that he could ever do something this horrible, or that he didn’t exist all together. While watching the

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