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Night by Elie Wiesel Night, By Elie Wiesel is a devastatingly accurate story about one man's witness to the genocide of his own people. Alive through the horrifying experiences in the German concentration camps of Auschwitz and Buchenwald, Elie sees his family, friends and fellow Jews starved, degraded, and murdered. In this short article I shall address three important topics expressed during the course of this book. To begin with, I will explore the battle and eventual lack of religious faith by Elie in his struggle to keep mankind in this de-humanizing surroundings, and that which ultimately allowed him to endure. Second, I'll show the established relationship between Elie and his dad, and the effect life at the camp had on it. And finally, give my personal opinion on why Elie Wiesel wrote this book. Among the key issues in this book is the way that Elie, a boy of strong spiritual beliefs, as well as many Jews shed their faith in God due to the atrocities that happen in the concentration camps. Elie Wiesel lived his early youth in the town of Transylvania, in Hungary, through the early 1940's. In a young age Elie took a strong interest in Jewish faith as he spent most of his time analyzing the Talmud. Eventually he comes across Moshe the Beadle, who'd carry him under his wing and then instruct him more in depth of the manners of the Talmud and cabbala. Through Moshe's instruction, he is taught to question God for answers. Elie recalls, "Moshe'd changedГўв‚¬В¦. He no longer talked to me of God or the cabbala, but just of what he had seen." So right away Elie is exposed a loss of religious faith in Moshe. When Elie came in Birkenau, I s.. .