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Elie Wiesel’s book Night, is truly an amazing story. It is about the Jews of Germany who have been taken by the Nazis to concentration camps where they slave them and work them to death. And Elie Wiesel lived through all of this, thus making this book to show people that genocide is a terrible thing. Also I believe there is another message displayed in this book. A COLON WOULD WORK HERE When faced with life-threatening situations, people tend to literally do anything to benefit themselves.

When faced with life-threatening situations, people will even go to the extent of doing bad things to others to benefit themselves. Elie and the other Jews are sent to a new concentration camp. Elie and other Jew’s are put in a cart to be sent there. As they are on their way a person REF--IT'S A GERMAN CITIZEN, ISN'T IT? threw in a piece of bread which leads to a huge violent AT WHAT POINT IN TIME IN THE STORY? battle over the bread, “A battle ensues” (Pg. 101). YOU SHOULD PORTRAY THE FIGHT AS THE BRUTAL STRUGGLE IT IS, VITO. A violent battle happening over a little piece of bread shows that when people are faced with bad situations they will DO bad things to others to benefit themselves. Another part in the book PROVIDE CONTEXT people WHICH? do bad things to others to benefit themselves is the scene where the Jews are trying to get into the barracks but crushing one another to get in, “People trod over numbed bodies” (pg. 93). Jews walking over other Jews to get into the barracks, shows that people even do bad things to others to benefit themselves. As you can see it’s AVOID CONTRACTIONS true, people will hurt one another to benefit their selfish needs.

People also will even go against what they believe in to benefit themselves. A rabbi Elie knew always recited pages out of the Talmud but while in the concentration camps he figured out that nothing is getting any better so he stops believing that God will save them. He says, IN WHICH TIME/PLACE? “God is no longer with us” (Pg. 76). By the (BE CAREFUL WITH YOUR REPEATED "BY THIS..." PHRASES, VITO. THEY ARE AWKWARD AND WORDY) rabbi who was a true believer of the Talmud and God suddenly loses his faith because nothing is getting any better. It shows that even he would change his religion because things are bad so he believes changing his religion would make things better. Another scene in the book when people go against what they believe is when an inmate PROVIDE CONTEXT --WHERE/WHEN? said, “Blessed be God’s name.” Then Elie disagrees completely and he used to believe at the beginning of the book, then Elie says, “Why, but why would I bless Him?” (pg. 67). By Elie rejecting(BE CAREFUL WITH YOUR REPEATED "BY THIS..." PHRASES, VITO. THEY ARE AWKWARD AND WORDY) blessing God’s name, it shows that people will go against what they believe to benefit themselves. This concludes that my KEEP YOURSELF OUT OF IT, VITO point is proven, P people do go against what they believe in to benefit themselves.

This is one amazing story. It’s CONTR amazing that Elie survived through this hardship and now sharing his times with the world. But not only is genocide a problem with the world. I believe AVOID SELF REFERENCE IN ANALYTIC WRITING, VITO that when humans are faced with life-threatening situations, people tend to do literally anything to benefit themselves. If you read this brilliant book, you will see for yourself...
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