Night By Elie Wiesel Analysis

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All individuals have relied on another person at some point. Whether it be for encouragement, safety or strength, we’ve needed others for something. But what if your whole life, the reason you get up and try to survive no matter how hard it is, was all dependent on one person? Although Elie said he didn’t feel anymore or believed he would make it out of the holocaust, he still got up and tried. The only thing pushing him to do was his father. As long as his father was alive, they would be okay. Throughout Night by Elie Wiesel, Elie portrays that he want to survive the holocaust was solely dependent on his father. Sometimes Elie just wanted to die. But as long as his father was alive, he would keep pushing. At one point in the book, Elie and