What Is The Significance Of Night By Elie Wiesel Dehumanize In Night

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Dehumanization and food was a big influence on creating imagery in Wiesel 's memoir. One of the most impactful images is fire. In the train cart, Madame Schachter becomes overwhelmed and starts to scream about a huge fire that will kill them. But unfortunately she was right . “Women to the left and men the right” women and children were often sent straight to the gas chambers as they arrived at Auschwitz . This was the last time Wiesel saw his mother and little sister forever (Page 22). Night is used throughout Wiesel’s memoir to symbolize death and the darkness of humanity. By itself it comes up various amount of times. Eliezer says, “The days were like nights, and the nights left the dregs of their darkness in our soles” (page 73). Thus night
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