Elie Wiesel's novel, 'Night', gives the reader a clear indication of the perceptions of inhumanity that were painful and unbelievably real in the deaths camps of Auschwitz and Buchenwald. It also signifies the shocking injustice that human kind is capable of and also has to deliver. Throughout this experience, Elie witnesses many examples of inhumanity and injustice such as the concentration camps, starvation, beatings, torture, illness, hard labour and the slaughter of young children.
The last bit of hope was torn away from Elie when he had to witness the hanging of a small boy. "For mor…
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