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. Mr. Wiesel changes arguably as much as Elie, and he plays a role in Elie's by giving him hope early on. The ending is quite tragic, however, because we know Mr. Wiesel passes away. His legacy, however, lives on inside Elie and through Night's impact on us readers. In the subpages of this tab, I will provide a chapter by chapter analyzation of how Mr. Wiesel experiences great adaptation.