Relationship Between Father And Son In Night By Elie Wiesel

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Night by Elie Wiesel describes his experience as a Jew in the Nazi concentration camps during WWII. Wiesel and other Jews Survived, but many others did not. The relationships between father and son were very important during the story. The relationships that many of the fathers and sons had were either, extremely harmful, helpful, or both for the son or father. Wiesel and his father, Chlomo, had many ups and downs but the relationship as a whole was mostly positive and helpful. At the beginning, if Wiesel’s father were to be hit or beat, he would attempt to jump out and stop them, but as time went on, he realized that he’d need to just stand by and watch helplessly unless he wanted to be beaten as well. Anytime one of them were about to give
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