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Elie Wiesel was born on September 30, 1928 in Sighet, Romania. He lived the regular life a Jewish child with a strong believe in God and religion. He grew up in his town being a young innocent boy and close to his family. At the age of sixteen, Elie and his family were unfortunates that were deported to Auschwitz, where the concentration camps were located in Poland. In less than a year, his father died. It is not proved, exactly, that it affected him deeply, but we can assume because of way he expresses himself to the reader in the novel Night. That same year, all Jews were liberated from the torture the Nazis caused. After the war, Wiesel attended the University of Paris and also worked for a newspaper company was in charge of answering people’s problems. He really did a great job, and used that opportunity to begin emphasizing the Holocaust. From there, he began working, separately, on Night and later on his book was published in 1958. As time his l...

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