Summary Of Night By Elie Wiesel Night

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The only true way for everyone to have human rights is to live in a utopia. Wiesel, Elie’s “Night.” helped support this claim, as shown in the essay. During the research for this essay it showed a lot of important points. Every situation can turn bad quick and along with that not everyone is treated the same. In Wiesel, Elie. Night show “Two ghettos were created in Sighet”. The ghettos were made to separate the Jewish community from the non-Jewish community. Article 17 of the Human Rights Act states that “no one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property.” This shows that everyone has the right to own land and have his/her own property. According to Hitler and the Nazi party, the Jewish community weren’t people and they were just objects. Hitler found the Jewish community unpleasant and a disgrace to the world. …show more content…

Wiesel wrote “I pinched myself: Was I still alive? Was I awake? How was it possible for that men, women, and children were being burned and that the world kept silent? No. All this would not be real. A nightmare perhaps … Soon I would wake up with a start, my heart pounding, and find that I was back in the room of childhood, with my books.” (Wiesel 54-59) The amount of crudity involved in what was going on made people feel like they were living in a never-ending nightmare. Nobody stepped in to stop until it was too late. People didn’t understand how the Jewish community was being treated along with everyone else Hitler targeted. ““Faster, you filthy dogs!” We no longer marching, we were running.” (Wiesel, 3-4) This is referring to the death march and how hard it was on everyone involved. Showing how much pain and suffering occurred because nobody caught what was happening before it got

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