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      • Mr. Wiesel's Character Log. Although the book Night is told from Elie Wiesel's perspective, Mr. Wiesel is a considerably important figure and surely of great importance to Elie. He changes along side Elie throughout the book as they both experience the horrors within the Holocaust.
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  2. Mr. Wiesel's Character Log Although the book Night is told from Elie Wiesel's perspective, Mr. Wiesel is a considerably important figure and surely of great importance to Elie. He changes along side Elie throughout the book as they both experience the horrors within the Holocaust.

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    • Eliezer. The narrator of Night and the stand-in for the memoir’s author, Elie Wiesel. Night traces Eliezer’s psychological journey, as the Holocaust robs him of his faith in God and exposes him to the deepest inhumanity of which man is capable.
    • Shlomo. Even though he is the only character other than Eliezer who is present throughout the memoir, Eliezer’s father is named only once, at the end of Night.
    • Moishe the Beadle. Eliezer’s teacher of Jewish mysticism, Moishe is a poor Jew who lives in Sighet. He is deported before the rest of the Sighet Jews but escapes and returns to tell the town what the Nazis are doing to the Jews.
    • Akiba Drumer. A Jewish Holocaust victim who gradually loses his faith in God as a result of his experiences in the concentration camp.
  3. Nov 14, 2011 · In the book Night Elie Wiesel and his two older sisters Bea and Hilda were the only survivors. Elie Wiesel's mother and younger sister perished when they arrived in Auschwitz and his father died ...

  4. Eliezer is the main character of Night and a stand-in for the author, Elie Wiesel, himself. He’s a thoughtful teenager who tells the story from a first-person perspective. His personal account of the Holocaust is what makes this story so harrowing and hard to forget. Although Eliezer is meant to be Elie Wiesel, there are a few differences ...

  5. Although the book Night is told from Elie Wiesel's perspective, Mr. Wiesel is a considerably important figure and surely of great importance to Elie. He changes along side Elie throughout the book as they both experience the horrors within the Holocaust.

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