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The Night Trilogy by Elie Wiesel
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Apr 08, 2010

really liked it
Read from March 06 to April 08, 2010

The night trilogy depicts three stages of a man caught in the midst of a storm on his odyssey for the light of life. Night illustrates the peril of the storm, ready to exterminate a human race as that human race abandons the last grain of humanity to grasp a single additional breath of life. In this race for life, Eliezer Wiesel narrates his adversity on the ultimate test for human: to give in to animal instinct of survivalship or to sustain any leftover humaneness. Dawn and day seemed to lack human factor but had various life lesson. Since the two fiction were related to the author, it gave me an insight to his thoughts; especially at the end of 'day,' the author portrayed his lack of faith in humanity and was ready to abandon life. Although my interpretation could sound extreme, I learned to be thankful of the relative peaceful world we live now.

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