Research Paper On Night By Elie Wiesel

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Pop! Is all Elie Wiesel heard while running for his life. The sounds of multiple gunshots going off when the guards aren't Pleased with how fast the Jews are marching. Opening the book “Night” automatically Elie was portrayed as a very religious person. However, towards the end of the book, the horrible, terrifying, formidable, dreadful abuse that was bestowed upon Elie and his father slowly changed Elie and his beliefs. While also making him cold, and almost unsympathetic. Elie was a smart and very religious boy. He believed God was the one thing he could count on. But soon he became a god-fearing man, who could not understand why something of such horror would happen to such an innocent family. In the beginning of the novel, the author
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