Night

Upon reading the book "Night" there were four major themes that stuck out to me. These themes are Hope, Fear, Death, and Hatred.

Hope Throughout his time in Concentration Camps, Elie Wiesel has hope. He looks back at his past, but he hopes about the future. This artwork prevails the looking back, and ahead idea.
When he was in the concentration camp, Elie Wiesel showed fear. Fear can be destructive and ruin everything you believe in.
When I first read night, it seemed that death would be better than the agony these people were living with. Death would be welcome, just like a comforting embrace from the ones your love.
In the book, Elie Wiesel hated the people who were murdering his people. This can be understandable, but it is not a good thing. hatred is the venom that kills relationships and beliefs.
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