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Night by Elie Wiesel
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When you think of World War II you might think of Pear Harbor, or Adolf Hitter. But not the Jews for the Jews during World War II for the Jews that were in camps all there was, was night. When the Nazis first came the situation was not that bad because the Nazis were just “there.” But then their luck started to change. Now the Jews and their families are only allowed to stay in their blocks. Then things take a turn for the worst terns for the worst. People were sorted and separated Elie and his father were sent to the concentration camps.
Thought there time the father and son support each other and make each other to keep going. But that isn’t enough for Elie’s father and he dies at the camps. But Elies live and become a survivor of the camps. It is a sad story to read with more than half of the characters die over the course of the book. But it shows endurance and hope and the lesson of. If everything seems to be lost there while always be a light that will sing though.
The genre is nonfiction.

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