Summarization Between Father And Son In Elie Wiesel's Night

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“When they withdrew, next to me were two corpses, side by side, the father and the son. I was only fifteen years old.” A jewish boy try to help his father survive the “Night”. The analyzation between father and son in the story “Night” is Elie and his father, and meir and his father have contrasting actions towards their fathers such the way they cared for their fathers and the way they felt about their father during their imprisonment.
In his early childhood Elie was born September 30, 1928, in Sighet, to an Orthodox Jewish family. His parents, Shlomo and Sarah, owned a grocery store in the village where they lived. He had three sisters, Hilda, Bea, and Tsiporah. When he was three years old, Wiesel began attending a Jewish school
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I threw myself on top of his body.I slapped him. I rubbed his hands crying: Father! Father! Wake up… After a Moment my father’s eyelids moved slightly over glazed eyes… ”You see”I cried. (Wiesel, 1258) that was elie trying to wake up his father s he is not thrown of the cart in the cold snow even though Elie must be so tired and took all his energy to do so. The way they felt about their father during their imprisonment. I woke from my apathy just at the moment when two men came up to my father”(1258) Elie didn’t hesitate at all to save his father's life from the Nazi soldiers.
The analyzation between father son in this story is Elie and his father, and meir and his father have contrasting actions towards their fathers, such the way they cared for their fathers, and the way they felt about their father during their imprisonment is that they both cared for their fathers and one point but with the brutal and horrible things they saw felt dealt with everyday it broke meir and he died for that and lucky for elie he didn't lose it to that point but every relationship that near the holocaust got change even good or bad, if you see it or
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