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Night by Elie Wiesel


Night by Elie Wiesel

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Night by Elie Wiesel has elicited many correlated themes within the text . Some of these themes are scattered within the novel and includes death , memory (forgetting and remembering , and faith . Dehumanization father-child relationships , and even survival post as important themes within the book

Death is an obvious theme in the story but it is given with underlying and deep sense . Memory , on the

other hand , may not be as obvious but is equally important , since the whole book is written with the use of memory . Night in the book is not only literally used , though it might as well be , but also figurative of the darkness experienced throughout the book . In numerous chapters , all four are clearly expressed and in some it is implied . All these themes are apparent in each pages of the book but it is death and faith which held greater prominence . Dehumanization in turn , looks into the peoples ' or prisoners ' being stripped off of the proper treatment for humans . Another theme in the book is the father - child relationship that involves the main character , as well as several other characters . However , this aims to look at faith more closely than death . In the same manner , death , faith and survival have intertwining instances within the book

Faith during trying times has proved its complications and conflicting responses...

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