Why does Wiesel choose the word "Night" as his title and how does he use it in the book? I'm so confused on this book... I have a test on it and we know we'll have 2 extended responce on the book. One...

Why does Wiesel choose the word "Night" as his title and how does he use it in the book?

I'm so confused on this book... I have a test on it and we know we'll have 2 extended responce on the book. One being about the theme "night"... So I just need clarificaton. Quotes would be nice as well... Thanks!(:

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Hi Dancebuglove,

Wiesel frequently talks about the night as a time of darkness and confusion -- much like the time he spent in the concentration camp.  The quote from which the title was taken...

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