Symbolism In Night By Elie Wiesel

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During the Holocaust, food played a significant part. It was important for the way people took care of themselves and survived. The reason being was that in the concentration camps it was every man for himself and they sought food to stay healthy. Elie Wiesel had managed to keep himself strong and healthy for his father. The food is represented in “Night” as a literal function because it was required for the people in the concentration camps to stay alive and have the strength to work longer.

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