The story Night is a memoir about Elie Wiesel who was forced out of his home town Sighet and is sent to a concentration camp during the Holocaust which was around 1904. Elie was twelve when he was separated from only his mother and three sisters named Hilda, Bea, and Tzipora but still remained with his father. Elie and his father were then sent into many concentration camps. Written by John Boyne, and directed by Mark Herman released in November 2008. The story The Boy in the Striped Pajamas became an emotional hit. A story about a nine year old German boy named Bruno, moves away from his house in Berlin to a house next to an Auschwitz concentration camp with his mother, father, sister named Gretel and their house maid named Maria. When arriving to the new house, Bruno decides to go exploring and finds a little Jewish boy named Shmuel which he promises to help find his father. This experience has made a major change on the young boy and his view of life itself. The two stories have made a very clear image of the horrific times during World War II and the Holocaust.
In the story Night, a young Jewish boy named Elie, who was forced to survive in terrible concentration camps and was separated from his family. In Boy in the Striped Pajamas, a young boy named Bruno was forced to move to a house near a concentration camp because of his fathers’ job. The story Night shows the perspective of Jewish people and all the harsh times they had gone through. In Boy in the Striped