Liezers Struggle to Keep his Faith in God

About the novel Night by Elie Wiesel
Eliezer expresses sympathy for Job, the biblical figure who experienced horrendous loss and illness as Satan and God engaged in a debate over Jobas faithfulness. After watching the lynching and slow death of a young boy, Eliezer tells himself that God is hanging from the gallows as well. In his Nobel lecture, Wiesel describes the Holocaust as a?a universe where God, betrayed by His creatures, covered His face in order not to see.a?

Liezers Struggle to Keep his Faith in God

Eliezer expresses sympathy for Job, the biblical figure who experienced horrendous loss and illness as Satan and God engaged in a debate over Jobas faithfulness. After watching the lynching and slow death of a young boy, Eliezer tells himself that God is hanging from the gallows as well. In his Nobel lecture, Wiesel describes the Holocaust as a?a universe where God, betrayed by His creatures, covered His face in order not to see.a?

Write a 500 -750 word thesis/support essay explaining how Wieselas understanding of God changes throughout the book.

Liezers Struggle to Keep his Faith in God

Essay Requirements and Topics
Requirements:

In addition to being written at a college level:

Your thesis support essay must be 500 750words, typed, double spaced.
Your essay must have an introduction, at least three body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Do not retell the story!
Use at least three correctly documented quotes, summaries, or paraphrases from Night. Note: Remember to enclose the exact words of your sources in “quotation marks.
Cite by author and page number in parentheses following each quote. Example (Wiesel 32).
Include a work cited entry for Night.
If you use additional sources, cite according to MLA rules. If you are using SparkNotes, for example, be sure to include the proper citation information.
Topic #1: Eliezers Struggle to Keep his Faith in God

Eliezer expresses sympathy for Job, the biblical figure who experienced horrendous loss and illness as Satan and God engaged in a debate over Jobas faithfulness. After watching the lynching and slow death of a young boy, Eliezer tells himself that God is hanging from the gallows as well. In his Nobel lecture, Wiesel describes the Holocaust as a?a universe where God, betrayed by His creatures, covered His face in order not to see.a?

Liezers Struggle to Keep his Faith in God

Requirements:

In addition to being written at a college level:

Must be 500 750words, typed, double spaced.
Must have an introduction, at least three body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Do not retell the story!
Use at least three correctly documented quotes, summaries, or paraphrases from Night. Note: Remember to enclose the exact words of your sources in “quotation marks.
Cite by author and page number in parentheses following each quote. Example (Wiesel 32).
Include a work cited entry for Night.
If you use additional sources, cite according to MLA rules. If you are using SparkNotes, for example, be sure to include the proper citation information.

Topic: Eliezers Struggle to Keep his Faith in God

Eliezer expresses sympathy for Job, the biblical figure who experienced horrendous loss and illness as Satan and God engaged in a debate over Jobas faithfulness. After watching the lynching and slow death of a young boy, Eliezer tells himself that God is hanging from the gallows as well. In his Nobel lecture, Wiesel describes the Holocaust as a?a universe where God, betrayed by His creatures, covered His face in order not to see.a?

Explain how Wieselas understanding of God changes throughout the book.
In addition to proofreading for spelling, grammar, and usage and making sure you use clear and simple language, ask yourself the following:

Check list:
Have I included the correct MLA Identifying information?

Have I included my last name and page number on the top right side of each page?

Is the title moderately informative?

Do I have an interesting introduction?

Is my thesis statement clearly stated at the end of the introduction?

Does each body paragraph begin with a topic sentence that directly relates to the thesis statement?

Does each body paragraph have specific supporting details?

Are all generalizations supported by specific details?

When I have used source material, have I introduced the quotations I am using that is, will the reader know why the quote is significant?

Have I enclosed the exact words of my source in “quotation marks”?

Have I included an in-text citation each time I use a source?

Does my in-text citation lead the reader directly to the first few words of the complete work cited entry on my list?

Are my quotations too long; am I including irrelevant information? (Dont do this!)

Is my conclusion redundant? (Dont simply repeat your thesis; thats boring!)

Have I included a correctly documented Works Cited list for all the sources cited in my paper?