Night Man Vs Society Analysis

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Man vs. Society is a type of conflict in the book “Night” written by the late Elie Wiesel. Life was harsh for the Jews in the concentration camps; it was so harsh both Jew and officer lost their humanity. One of the few people who kept their humanity was a Dutch man. He never insulted any of them; he even tried to free the Jews. Sadly he was caught and hung. When the battle front moved close to the camp, the clearing where the Jews were fed had two cauldrons of soup. Everyone sat in the shadows unsure of whether they should take the risk, for they knew it would be suicide. One man dared challenge the status quo and ran towards the soup, but he was shot in the back and “[fell] to the ground, his face stained by the soup” (60). As the battlefront
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