Amongst those was the life of the small 15 year old jewish boy, Eliezer Wiesel. The Nazis had come to take them away into the concentration camps. When there, unknowingly without time for a final goodbye was the last time Eliezer ever saw his mother and sisters. The book “Night” by Eliezer Wiesel focuses on his experience during the horrors of holocaust as a teen with his father, Shlomo, by his side. At the beginning of the story it was said their relationship was almost nonexistent. Eliezer goes on to say how his father showed little to no emotion or affection with neither the people from Sighet nor his own family. As the story progresses it is seen because of the situation they were in /how …show more content…
To be deprived from the norm, from the things everyone takes for granted but absolutely needs on an everyday basis. Nonetheless to be blessed with someone throughout such barbarity. You hold on to them for dear life. You cherish them over everything and do whatever it takes to not lose them because without them then you would truly be lost and scared in such a cruel and corrupt world. Only then would everything actually be taken away from you, leaving you with just you, and only you.
where Rabbi Elitache was looking for his son. He goes to Eliezer asking if he had seen his son, of which he said no but shortly after he remembered he had. The idea that his son let his father get behind on purpose to free himself from his father frightened Eliezer and prayed to never steep that low to wish his father gone (Wiesel 91).
In another occasion when in a train crammed with 100 people in there
It was the Jewish New Year when selection rolled around, surely enough his did not pass and was
Eliezer almost lost his father
Eliezer lost everything all at once and was even separated from his mom and