The Night entree questions
By: Mitchell Karnes
The camp life change the people into animals and didn't have any care for each other what so ever because the starving and the burning flesh made them basically insane in my mind. The camp also ripped the bonds of family and friendship like the son killing the old father because of some bread crumbs and then other people killing the son for the bread.
Being a book about the Holocaust one them is death, with the author Elis, loosing all of his family in the Holocaust, and when the people in the ghetto was told about what happened to the other Jews who had left. Another is hope, the shier volume of what happened could kill anybody. Elis though all that struggled with his journey that would be hard for a man and for a teenager it would be a lot worse. Evil is a theme well documented in this book as well. I cant understand and I think I speak for a lot of people, how could Hitler think and do these atrocities' to people. The reason that this could be a theme is because of the setting of the book, The Holocaust. This is the most evil point in the twentieth century in witch some six million Jews died because of it.
Night has revealed that me as a human being, I am lucky. I am lucky because I didn't haft to go through what they went through. I have a home, I have warm dinner, I have a lot of things that I enjoy doing, And I have a lot of cloths. Elis was kinda the same age as me and he went through hell and back and to be honest I don't think I could survive. To go through that, half naked in a open top train car in the middle of winter snowing eating snow for food. I don't think I could do that for a day let alone 10days