"Night", by Elie Wiesel.
"The Alienation of Eliezer"
In the book Night, by Elie Wiesel, the assumptions made at concentration camps and in ghettos about the character Eliezer reveal the moral values of the surrounding society. In the book, Jews are treated inferiorly because of their religion and have to endure many hardships. Many things are compromised, and Eliezer has to learn to survive in this new environment.
The religion of the Jews is one alienating factor. In the ghetto that Eliezer was first living in, Jews were separated from the rest of the world by barbed wire fences and security guards. In the fi…
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