What Is The Moral Of Night By Elie Wiesel

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Night is a story filled with good people turning themselves into brutes. The SS officers would torment the prisoners causing prisoners to steal food, water, and harm others to obtain what they wanted. In some cases, people needed food in order to survive. Elie Wiesel was one of the few people that maintained his morals while being tormented by the officers.

Elie was faced with many difficult obstacles, yet he still persevered through the obstacles and was able to maintain his morals. Elie is ashamed of the way people act in order to survive, and he even contradicts himself at some points in the book. For example, Elie is asahmed of how Rabbi Elihaou’s son ran away from the Rabbi, because the son thought his father was reducing his chances
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