I think the essay "Why I Write: Making No Become Yes" is a powerful writing that refresh our memory of Holocaust. "A soldier shrugs his shoulders, and a thousand families are torn apart, to be reunited only by death. This was the concentration camp language. It negated all other language and took its the reader be brought to the other side"(page 17). The quote from the essay is very expressive. Most Jews killed in Holocaust and the Jewish families are torn apart. They were facing the death in front of the fire. Wiesel's writing tells the readers that there are no words can't really explain but he uses words to refresh the readers' memories. He tells the reader that he will never forget the dead and he want the reader remember the victims from oblivion.
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