Summary Of Night By Elie Wiesel

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Every story written has a tone that is put into the story by the author. Tone is the attitude of the author toward the subject, or the audience. In the book “Night,” tone is something that is present all throughout the story, especially so in chapter five. Here are some of the most prevalent ones that are in this story. One of the biggest tones in this chapter was the feeling of fear. The author talks about how there is fear amongst him and the other prisoners of the camp of the Germans. The Germans use this fear to control the prisoners and make them do what the Germans desire. Along with fear comes grief. One of the biggest reasons that the prisoners have fear of the Germans is what they’ll do to them if they don’t follow through with their
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