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- Faith, it is what some people grasp on to in the time of despair. For Elie Wiesel faith was a hard thing to keep a hold of. Elie was in some situations that made him lose his faith in God. After the experiences Elie lived through will he ever regain his faith for God?
- Moshe the Beadle— was one of the first of the Jew to be taken away that Elie knew closely. Moshe then escaped the massive ditches of death and was able to return to Sighet to tell them of what the Germans were doing. The rest of the people even Elie, thought that he had gone mad, so he pitied him.
- Night is a very good book. It is very descriptive of what times were like during World War 2. It shows the harsh treatment of the Jews. It makes you think about how many innocent people have died for absolutely no reason. Most of all, it makes you think of what hell the concentration camps must have been.
- In the book The Night, written by Elie Wiesel, a quote that made me realize the horror people went through in the Holocaust was, “For more than half an hour he stayed there, struggling between life and death, dying in slow agony under our eyes. And we had to look him full in the face.
- Eile Wiesel was born in Transalvanya. He was asked many times to write about his experinces in the Holocaust. He waited ten years after he was freed from Buchenwald, he didn’t want to write a hate-filled account of his experince. He recived the Noble Prize for Night in 1992.
- what had I to thank him for?" (31). This is Elie’s first sign of losing faith. In his mind he wondered how a god, so great and wonderful hasn’t helped out his people, But rather let them see how cruel people can be. Elie said this after he had witnessed babies sent to their doom in a pit of fire.
- Night is an utter brilliant piece of work. It tells a horrifying, yet truthful account of basically life as a Jew during the Holocaust. Upon finishing Night, this book did something; it touched my heart like no other book has. After reading this paper, I hope it touches you as the book has touched me.
- The book I read for my book review was Dawn, bye Elie Wiesel. This story represents the post WWII struggle of the Israeli freedom fighters ? one young man in particular, who has found himself on the other side of the gun. Wiesel himself severed his time in the death camps at Auschwitz and Buchenwald during the War, and had previously written Night, the memoirs of his experiences.
- In the book Night by Elie Wiesel, it talks about the holocaust and what it was like being in it. The Germans were trying to make the German race the supreme race. To do this they were going to kill off everyone that wasn t a German. If you were Jewish or something other than German, you would have been sent to a concentration camp and segregated by men and women.
- The Night by Elie Weisel is a non fiction auto-biography. His special qualification for writing this is that he lived through it. He has won the Nobel Peace Prize, and he has written Dawn, The Accident, and The Town Beyond the Wall. He won the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts in improving the living conditions and promoting the understanding and acceptance of Jews around the world.
- Night , by Elie Wiesel, is an autobiographical account of Elie Wiesel as a young boy going through several concentration camps during World War two. He explains what it was like being a Jewish boy and the atrocities he and his people had to endure. The book starts with Elie and his family living in the little town of Sighet in Transylvania.
- The dehumanization according to Elie’s experiences (pg. 8) started on the 7th day of Passover in 1944. The leaders of the Jewish community were arrested. Jews would not be allowed to leave their houses for three days. The Jews no longer had the right to keep in his house gold, jewels or any objects of value.
- Death is heavily portrayed in the book, titled Night, by Elie Wiesel. Throughout the book Wiesel describes the terror and the horrifying moments of the concentration camp as it affected him. Eliezer had many near death experiences, but each time that he was at the edge of death there was always a door open for him to escape the black shadow.
- Elie Wiesel was born in the town of Sighet in northern Transylvania on September 30, 1928. His real name was Eliezer Wiesel. His family spoke Yiddish at home; they read newspapers and conducted their grocery business in German. Elie had begun religious studies in classical Hebrew almost as soon as he could speak.
- ?To hate would be to reduce myself? is what Elie Wiesel told Opera in an interview. After all Wiesel had been through during the holocaust, he could not bring himself to hate. He demonstrates his respect for all human kind through his written work and public speeches; he understands the key interactions needed to make a society run.
- The book Night is about the holocaust as experienced by Elie Weisel from inside the concentration camps. During World War II millions of innocent Jews were taken from their homes to concentration camps, resulting in the deaths of 6 million people. There were many methods of survival for the prisoners of the holocaust during World War II.
- In reading, Night by Elie Wiesel and A Man’s Search For Meaning by , many stories of the torturous life in the concentration camps during the second world war. In each book, the reader gets a different point of view from each book because in Night, you get to read about a teenager’s view and in the book, A Man’s Search For Meaning, you get to read about a middle aged man’s view.
- This is where he started to loose faith in god. Another instance of a hanging, was when the three men where hanged for stealing soup. This did not effect Elie in the same way. He felt that they brought the death on themselves.
- In the beginning of the book, trouble is starting around the town in which Elie lived. Eventually German soldiers come into his town. At first, they did not seem so bad. The Kahn s, a family who lived across the street from Elie, were housing a German soldier.
- Throughout the history of mankind, horrific acts of genocide have been committed. The Crusades, the Native American being murdered by the Europeans, the Forced Famine in the Ukraine and the Killing Fields of Cambodia are all examples of genocide (Altman,55).