What can you tell me about the story night by elie wiesel?

I'm reading it but don't fully understand what is going on and I just need a little help.

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That book is actually somewhat hard to follow due to the sparse and fragmented narrative style that Wiesel imploys in his writting.

The recurring themes are his increasing disgust with mankind and his loss of faith in God, reflected in the inversion of the father-child relationship as his father declines to a helpless state and the teenager becomes his resentful caregiver.

This book is based on his experience after being sent to the concentration camps at Auschwitz and Buchenwald.

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