Separation In Night By Elie Wiesel

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Families are always in history and in the present being forcefully separated from each other when it is not expected. In history, the Holocaust separates families when they were being put into concentration camps. Now, immigration is causing families to be separated. Also, in Night by Elie Wiesel is separated from him mother and sister during his time in the concentration camps. In the book Night, the main character Elie Wiesel is being moved to a concentration camp from his home town. He is eventually separated from his mother and sister when they were separated males from females. The separation was very harsh the “SS came toward us wielding a club. He commanded: ‘Men to the left! Women to the right!’” (Wiesel, 29). Thus, Elie

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