Prejudice In Elie Wiesel's Night

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1. The character the best exemplifies the theme of ‘prejudice’ in the memoir Night by Elie Wiesel would have to be Eliezer himself. As evidence, Eliezer, knowing how strong the connection between a father and son is, told two lies in order to protect the spirit of innocence that was deep within each father. Knowing how horribly each boy had passed, telling the truth in such a situation would worsen it. Conclusively, only one of the men had found out what truly happened to his son, but never again would he share the gift of speech with Eliezer. Not to mention how he himself was racially prejudiced against throughout the whole story. His whole town was forced to basically dig out graves for themselves, because of how much the Germans had discriminated
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