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"Night" and Inhumane Treatment
A review of Elie Wiesel's autobiography, "Night".
# 124405 | 750 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Literature (American) , Holocaust Studies (General)

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A discussion of the inhumane treatment of the victims of the Holocaust with examples.

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"The inhumanity expressed during the Holocaust through violence, cruelty and torture is unspeakable. Elie Wiesel, however, gives all the victims and survivors a voice in his autobiography, "Night". The theme of inhumane treatment towards the Jewish people is resonant throughout the book, conveying how the perpetrators of violence lost their resemblance to humanity by treating others as less than human. Such terrible treatment killed what was human inside the victims as well, thus completing a vicious circle of hate and..."

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