Night By Elie Wiesel Analysis

Words: 567
Pages: 3

Night, a novel written in 1958 by Elie Wiesel, “Auschwitz” and article about Auschwitz, and One Day in Auschwitz the video including the survivor Kitty Hart-Moxon, are all examples of pieces put together about the Holocaust that have different point of view but all have the basis information about the concentration camps during the Holocaust. The author uses point of view to help create a better understanding for the reader and also to create a point and advance the created point. The article “Auschwitz” is written to inform people what the concentration camp Auschwitz was set up like this article is written in third person and is objective. The purpose of this piece of text is to inform the reader and not to share opinions. “Three large camps constituted the Auschwitz camp complex: Auschwitz I, Auschwitz II (Birkenau), and Auschwitz III (Monowitz).” (“Auschwitz” 1). This excerpt is objective because the author doesn’t share his or her feelings or opinion, they just state the facts about the number of camps inside of the larger camp. It helps the reader understand the set-up of the camp without having the opinion of the author involved. …show more content…
This movie is in first person and is subjective. Kitty throughout the piece shares her opinion on different topics and gets involved. What does Kitty say about hunger? “It’s an obsession, the worst thing that you can experience.” (Hart-Moxon). This statement is subjective because she shares her opinion about the worst thing you can experience, which in her case is hunger and throughout her journey in the camp it was something she experienced often. One day in Auschwitz is different in that Kitty shares her emotions “Auschwitz” the article doesn’t have any shared feelings it’s all just facts about the set-up of the