By Elie Wiesel
Themes of 'Night'
Family was really all they had left because everything else they knew had been completely taken away from them. Everyone had been trying their hardest not to be split up from their loved ones because they knew that if they did, there was a chance that they would probably never see each other again.
The prisoners all started relying on each other because they understood that they were all the same. They also knew that they were all there for the same reason; they were Jewish. Towards the end however, they rarely trusted each other. Everyone was practically dying, and they were doing everything they could to keep themselves alive, not caring about anybody else.