Night by Elie Wiesel
Humans go through and encounter situations that can perhaps alter our actions and way of being. The Domino Effect theory states that when one of the dominoes falls, it triggers the next one... but removing the key part will prevent the start of the chain reaction, revealing the truth about people, a situation is what triggers everything else which can make or break you and without the key parts (the people or thing that helped you develop or to contract) it can prevent the reaction (which will either help you grow or go against you and make you weaker). The interaction of people and situations can either strengthen us or diminish our desire to lives but we as humans have the choice to either become miserable or to overcome misery which was the factor in the story. In his memoir, Night the author Elie Wiesel it’s shown to the reader how Eliezer was able to change from being hopeless to be inspired by the people who were in misery. The people that Eliezer Wiesel interacted with strengthened his hope and desire to live. As the story goes on, many relationships and interactions that Eliezer kept with certain people changed and helped strengthen his survival. This is the most evident when he was in contact with his father, Moishe the Beadle and Rabbi Eliahu. Eliezer’s close relationship with his father which started from “the moment in the time and the place where [he] was leaving [his] mother and Tzipora forever,” (Wiesel 29) when not only Eliezer look up to him but so did the Jewish community, “Jewish community of Sighet held him in highest esteem; his advice on public and even private matters was frequently sought,” (Wiesel 4). From that point on, Eliezer’s goals and strength came from his father, since from then on he no longer saw his sister and his mother. ”I was thinking not about death but about not wanting to be separated from my father. We had already suffered so much, endured so much together. This was not the moment to...
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