In the novel, Night, Elie Wiesel narrates his experience as a young Jewish boy during the holocaust. The captured Jews are enslaved in concentration camps, where they experience the absolute worst forms of torture, abuse, and inhumane treatment. Such torture has obvious physical effects, but it also induces psychological changes on those unfortunate enough to experience it. The Jews in the story had to overcome tremendous difficulties. The story begins with Eliezel, a young Jewish
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They deny the existence of the Almighty, they are callous to the death of their peers, and they will even go so far as to murder fellow Jews to maintain their own survival. This once peaceful and civilized society devolved into primitive animals upon being treated as such, offering the notion that we as humans must not lose touch with everything that makes us what we are, even in the face of death and disaster.