In every fiber, I rebelled. In this place, there is no such thing as father, brother, friend. Elie, the author and the main character of Night, tells of the horrific years he spent in Germany's concentration camps.
Keep your anger, your hate, for another day, for later. It is a powerful drama with historical and especially post-Shoah concerns surrounding faith. Night is a memoir written by Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor.
During this time period, millions of Jewish people were shot by merciless Nazis. It was good that I had forgotten all that. Never shall I forget these things, even if I am condemned to live as long as God Himself. Not even your father. Ultimately, this saves you time in the long run.
The literal time of night in the camps is not a period of rest or respite for the Jewish prisoners; instead, it is a continuation of the persistent anxiety and fear that are experienced during the day.
He wants to study and learn all about God and all about how He created the world and why. Night shows the tragedy of the Holocaust through the use literary devices, including the themes of loss of faith and cruelty toward other human beings, night as a symbol of suffering and fear, and the use of first person narrative.