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The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of six million Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. Holocaust is a word of Greek origin meaning "sacrifice by fire."All the books of Elie Wiesel deal with his struggle to handle the holocaust and to find God after the horror. As a survivor of holocaust Wiesel describes his own experiences, but words are not enough to explain his struggles. His books give us a clear picture of concentration camps and brutality of alienation created by Nazis.He is an American- Romanian Jewish writer who always raised his voice for the voiceless Jews.Night is the first book in the trilogy- Night, Dawn and Day which reflects Wiesel’s state of mind during and after holocaust.

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ANCY THRESIA N K. (2019). Portrayal Of Holocaust Andalienation In The Light Of Trauma In Elie Wiesel’s Trilogynight, Day, Dawn. Thematics Journal of Geography, 8(8), 193-198. Retrieved from https://thematicsjournals.org/index.php/tjg/article/view/8144