Universal Human Rights In Elie Wiesel's Night

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Night is unforgettable there are many violated Universal human rights in the book. Elie Wiesel is the author of Night. “Night” is about Elies family being taken to a concentration camp, where they are separated along with the other Jews. Elie goes with his father while his sisters go with his mother. Elie faces many hardships at the concentration camps internally and externally. Universal human rights are the rights that every human is entitled to. They cannot be taken away from anyone. Although many of these were violated in “Night” like Article 1 (Right to equality), Article 2 (Freedom of discrimination), and Article 4 (Freedom of slavery). Article 1-The right to equality was violated in Night. In page 28, paragraph 6, the
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