Night by Elie Wiesel
Although many Holocaust books often have an impact on the reader, Night contains a very real insight into the hardships of maintaining one's faith, suffering from physical exhaustion, and trying to survive. All of which, during those times, was very difficult, if not impossible to endure. Yet, somehow Eliezer manages to overcome the obstacles placed before him, even though at times it meant reducing himself to an animal like state in order to survive.
<Tab/>While Eliezer's enthusiasm for his religion was clear in the beginning of the novel, the tragic experience in the concen…
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