Night by Elie Wiesel
During the WWII, million of the Jews were sent to the concentration camp due to the Hitler's anti-Semitic policy. The autobiography, Night, by Elie Wiesel is written proof of the real life horror that existed during the Holocaust. Elie was growing up in a small Jewish town. His world revolved around family, religious study, community and God, but all the important things to him were destroyed when he and his family
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in the concentration camp. Ordinary people can never image what kind of life the Elie had been through. An innocent boy, who committed his life to God, was sent into the hell without reasons. He witness the death of his family, and the death his innocence; he was tortured by Germans in an inhuman way, and felt betrayed by the God. The concentration camp had changed him; he lost everything including the faith in God.