Elie Wiesel Conflict In Night

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EA 2.1 Conflict Analysis
Throughout Night, Elie Wiesel has one main struggle: Life or Death. His love for his father or an escape from his pain and suffering. Elie battles with this because he knows death would be the easiest choice but his father needs him. He and his father live for each other. In every camp, in every near death experience, in every challenge, they survive and find strength for the other. Elie is in pain, he is starving, tired, and feels hopeless. He contemplates suicide because he trusts that death will bring him peace. Like many did during the holocaust, Elie believes that death is his only true escape. In a time where he had no control, where every choice was dictated, and every right was taken away, Elie always