Night By Elie Wiesel Analysis

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Lonely. Confuse. Disappointed. In the memoir Night by Elie Wiesel. Elie's family were sent to concentration camps, which drove the family to suffer. Elie had to experience traumatic events, which made Elie change. Elie's faith before the Holocaust was strong, then he started questioning his faith, and ended up losing his faith. Elie's faith began strong before entering the concentration camps during the Holocaust. When Elie was in Sighet he loved learning about his faith. He enjoyed praying with Moishe and with himself. Elie didn't bothered listening to his father when he told him he wasn't ready to have a mentor. Elie chose Moishe as his mentor to help him understand more about his beliefs. He wanted to learn the meaning behind some action in his faith. Elie would spent all his day studying Talmud, and at night he would go to a destroyed temple to cry for the destruction. Elie knew Moishe would help him enter eternity."And in the course of those evenings I became convinced that Moishe the Beadle would help me enter…show more content…
When other Jews start blessing God, Elie starts to telling himself why should he bless Him for? If all He has done was let all these people be killed and tortured. Just for having believing in Him. All God has done was keep silence, and Elie wasn't going to accept his silence. Elie has turned all his love into rebellion towards Him. Elie mentions in the novel how he felt alone in the world because God wasn't with him. "My eyes had opened and I was alone, terribly alone in a world without God, without man" (68). Elie notice he was alone in this world, because most of his love ones had died, and the one person he loved the most has disappointed him. Elie sees the world as an abomination, because of the concentration camps. He has realized that he's been living a life that has no meaning to him, and all this time he has been loving the wrong

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