Night is one of the most empowering and thought provoking novels ever created. While words are a major obstacle in describing the atrocities of the Holocaust, Elie Wiesel compiled his experiences into the most heart shattering work one may ever read. Words themselves are an obstacle in simply describing the impact this book has on readers' lives. Night teaches a variety of lessons and promotes acceptance for all humanity. Throughout the novel's plot, we come in contact with a diverse abundance of themes including dehumanization, hope/optimism, family bonds, survival/self-preservation, and fragmented identities. All these topics serve to emphasize a reflection on our humanity and how we treat others. From this book, I have learned that as different as humans may seem, we are all one in humanity. We all share this Earth, and our goal should be to unite to protect each other and our planet. In the sub-pages of this tab, I will briefly explain how each theme occurs within the novel and provide detailed quotes supporting such.