"The Eternal Night" - essay describing the difference in Eliezers reactions to the two hangings, in the book "Night" by Elie Wiesel.
During the Holocaust in which millions of Jewish men and women were deemed fit for death by a prejudice. As told in "Night" by Elie Wiesel; Eliezer, a young boy from Sighet was forced to endure one of mankind's most horrendous atrocities. He witnessed the daily suffering and death of humans during his time in the Nazi concentration camps. He had grown apathetic to the withering away of mortal life. However, his reaction to the sad-eyed angel being strung upon the gallows was unique in which the 'angel' was a symbol of his own silent god dying at the merciless hands of Nazi Germany.
- "The Eternal Night" - essay describing the difference in Eliezers reactions to the two hangings, in the book "Night" by Elie Wiesel.
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