night the transformation of Elie Wiesel

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Night the transformation of Elie Wiesel The novel Night is a very tragic story, the author of the book Elie Wiesel has written this story as a auto-biography of himself as how he suffered the holocaust. Elie says that he does not have words to describe the experience he had in the concentration camps like Auschwitz and then Buchenwald. By the writing of the novel he wants to take out his feeling about the torture given to him and all the Jews in these concentration camps, by the Germans, he does not want such a deadly thing to happen again so he wrote this book he thought mankind was dead at that time because it just let things happen as it was happening and nobody did any thing about it that is how the book’s name in Edish is The World Remain Silent. Elie wrote this book in a form of a memoir of the holocaust and to all those people who died in the concentration camps and torture by the Germans. Elie wants a meaning for his survival and that is why he wrote the book, people think that god saved Elie just to write this book and convey a message to the world that this kind of holocaust never happens in the future. In this story Elie Wiesel is the author and Eliezer is the narrator. In this story Eliezer tells us about all the torture he went up in his teenage life, this story clashes with the Anti-bildungsroman Tradition, this anti bildungroman is a traditional story where a young knive man entering a world to seek adventure but it provides him with an important lesson, the denuma finds him happier wiser and ready for a productive life. The same happens with Eliezer Wiesel he was a educated young man he forced to go in the hell made by human hands, there he learned more wisdom than he asked for, even when he dreamed of learning mystical tradition but in the end what he learns was the human behavior when he sees himself in the mirror for the first time in

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