9th Lit: Night Final Quiz Prompt

In the book Night, Elie Wiesel crafts an autobiography that shocks its audience with graphic details of life during the Holocaust. He describes the events he survived, people he met, and the fate of his family members in order to show his readers a specific theme: that loyalty is not important when a person’s survival is at risk. How does Wiesel develop this theme throughout the novel? Use details, events, motifs, and plot to craft your answer.

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