Research Paper On Night By Elie Wiesel

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Imagine living in a world where no one had humanity. This was most shown then the Nazi soldiers took the jews belongings and shaved all their heads to humiliate them. In the book “Night” by Elie Wiesel this in many instants was shown along with many others downgrades of the jews. Many cases throughout the book “Night” the innocent jews no longer felt like humans and more like dogs. Try to imagine being treated like an abused animal having zero freedoms and to top it off being trapped with no options or help. This is exactly how the jews felt during the holocaust. “Children were crying for water.”(16).This shows how they were treated so bad. Children shouldn't ever have to beg for simple necessities to live. This connects to the book because Elie and his father were constantly getting starved by the nazis. There is zero quality of life if you are being treated like an a animal having zero freedoms and are trapped in large camps infested with every possible disease. …show more content…

Every single jew during the holocaust felt this way. “No prayers were said over his tomb. No candle was lit in his memory.”(112). Elie's father had died. Elie is describing how the loss of anyone's life was just walked over and the Nazis wouldn't do anything to remember them or commemorate them. Imagine being trapped in the grossest most unhealthy place in the world, where the only escape was death. Now you know how the Jews

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