Quote a passage from the novel that is significant in demonstarting the author's theme in Night. Explain the context from which the passage is taken and how the passage is significant in communicating...

Quote a passage from the novel that is significant in demonstarting the author's theme in Night.

Explain the context from which the passage is taken and how the passage is significant in communicating the author's theme in Night by Elie Wiesel.

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One of the most important themes of the book is we can never forget the atrocities that took place in the Holocaust. 

The horrors of the Holocaust can’t be denied.  In writing his memoir, Wiesel’s goal was to make sure everyone understood what happened by making them experience it firsthand.  He writes his story in stark honesty.  It is impossible not to feel what he feels.

A perfect example of this is when Elie arrives at Auschwitz.  An S.S. office informs the prisoners that they must never...

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