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"Night" by Elie Wiesel - Plot Structure Diagram

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Marvin Johnson

on 21 November 2013

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Transcript of "Night" by Elie Wiesel - Plot Structure Diagram

Characters
Setting
Conflict

Eliezer’s struggles with Nazi persecution, and with his own faith in God and in humanity.
Rising Action
"Night" by Elie Wiesel - Plot Structure Diagram
By: Marvin D. Johnson, Kenyetta Cosby, & Janeshia Ligon


Protagonist & Main Characters
Wiesel of Sighet
Eliezer

Antagonist
Gypsies
Time
The year of 1944.



Place
Auschwitz Concentration Camp
Eliezer and his father are continuing to travel from concentration camp to concentration camp.
Turning Point
A man came up to Eliezer and his father during roll call and said he was a relative of theirs. Eliezer's father doesn't recognize him.
Falling Action
Eliezer and his father were singing songs and Eliezer was wondering where his mother and his sister, Tzipora, was. His father told him they both had to be in a concentration camp.
Resolution
At the end of four hours, they reached their new camp: Buna.
Theme
God works in mysterious ways. He puts us in crazy situations for a reason, to see our weaknesses and strengths. If he was to punish us, it's because he's showing us he loves us.
Trait 2
Observant
Trait 3
Dubious
Trait 1
Caring
Throughout the story Eliezer tries to stick close to his father and look after him.

Character Analysis
of "Eliezer"
Eliezer noticed that Auschwitz was better than Birkenau. Another thing he noticed was there were little gardens here and there.
In the text Eliezer clearly says, " I do not deny God's existence, but I doubt His absolute justice.
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