by: Elie Wiesel
What "Night" has taught me
Night taught me about the physical and emotional pain that the prisoners of the concnetration camps had to go through. The camps of were unsanitary and the prisoners were treated unfairly. This has taught me to never take anything for granted and be thankful to nothave to experiance anything like this.
Another Lesson from "Night"
Night has taught our group about perseverance and faith. No matter how tough times may seem, always persevere and push until the end. Eliezer fights for his life, surviving many concentration camps and unimaginable conditions. He goes through his struggles in faith, wondering why God is putting him through such hard times. Throughout the Holocaust, Eliezer battles with his faith, but in the end it's renewed.
About the Author
Elie Wiesal was born on September 30, 1928 in Transylvania. He was a Nobel-Prize winning writer who was know for writing his famous book "Night." He studied the Jewish religion until he was forced into a concentration camp during WW2. He survived the Nazi death camps and later became an activist and speaker against persecution and injustice against different races.