Loss Of Innocence In Elie Wiesel's Night

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A major theme in this novel is a boy’s loss of innocence in a world he thought was good, and loss of faith in a God he thought just.” This generalization was used to describe the book called “Night”. “Night” is a book written by Elie Wiesel. It tells a true story of a boy’s experience in the holo hast. The boy that went through the horrible experience was Elie Wiesel, the authors, himself. While reading, I concluded that the generalization made about this book was true. After arriving to Auschwitz, Wiesel saw horrifying things. There were dead bodies piled up, big pits in the ground, and dead babies also. The lives of the poor, innocent people were taken every minute. Many suffered from the sight of how the SS soldiers treated the
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