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night wiesel
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Explain to me a little more about these two things from Night, by E. Wiesel.   When Elie starts to doubt his religion and that was a big thing for...

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I would think that both of these particular moments in Wiesel's work go hand in hand with one another.  The doubting and questioning of the spiritual order that would permit seeing infants and children incinerated is highly powerful because it is so very personal.  The reflections offered in the idea of being able to "never forget" show a level of questioning and analysis.  This is the same theme brought out in the discussion of the separation from his family and the death of his sister.  Within this level of introspection, it is personal on one level, but on another level it is universally applicable to anyone in that situation who is faced with such level of loss and agony.

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