What does this reveal about me as a human being?
This reveals about me that I'm really grateful for how my lifestyle is and the freedoms I have that some other don't get to enjoy. It also shows that I wouldn't last a day in the holocaust.
Elie Wiesel's Night captures the essence of those who suffered and how people who suffer don't always recover from it. "From the depths of the mirror, a corpse gazed back at me."
In Elie Wiesel's Night, starving, is captured by recollecting died from malnutrition and by those who had been able to get more than what was given to them by asserting his place. This can be when he hear how a guard threw a piece at some soldiers, and how it ended up making a son kill his own Father!
In Elie Wiesel's Night, survival instincts came to anyone in concentration camps, those sick of being pushed around got them sooner, while those kept their faith got them later. This can be seen while Elie begins to ignore his Father and lose his faith.
How did camp life change Prisoners?
It changed them by ruining almost everything they thought about life, themselves and their religion. It ruined their relationship with their family by separating them and killing them off. It made them fight with other people over a ration of stale bred and some soup.