Stylistic Analysis Of Night By Elie Wiesel

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“Night” is a nonfiction story that is narrated by Elie Wiesel. He is a Jewish philosopher and poet that happened to witness the tragedies of the holocaust and miraculously survived. The story is filled with agony, despair, and hopelessness. However, at the end of his contemplations with the Holocaust, readers may come to the assumption that Wiesel has decided to wipe out his beliefs with Judaism and God. Throughout the story, Wiesel's own thoughts seemed to imply that he could no longer be a part of the Jewish life. He does not understand why the holocaust happened, and “will never forget these things, even if I am condemned to live as long as God himself.” In spite of all the misery that happened to him, Wiesel is still, incredibly, a believer.
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