This dehumanized the Jews because they could smell, hear and see their fellow Jews be burned to death. A- is by definition an example of dehumanization because it robs the humanity of the individual. Rather, she is told to "shut up" and then forcibly beaten into silence.
This shows that the Germans did not care nor had the respect if they killed a full grown adult, a young child, or a baby.
When Eliezer has to run at full speed to avoid being noticed during one of the selection processes, it is a reminder as to how large a role dehumanization played in the Holocaust. Wiesel explains the process thoroughly from the start of the autobiography to the end where Eliezer finally sees how he became dehumanized.
The process then continues when Eliezer, his family, and the fellow Jews reach Auschwitz, which was one of many concentration camps Hitler made in Germany. Wiesel also describes public beatings and hangings that contributed to a pervading sense of inhumanity.
Wiesel also describes how the people all through the autobiography change from civilized humans to vicious beings with animal like behavior.
The public beatings, the hanging of prisoners and making others walk past them, as well as the selection process are all examples of dehumanization. This shows the dehumanization of Eliezer because now he is referred to as a number in a line rather then himself.
This shows that the Jews no longer had respect for their own people. Also the affects due to the vicious behavior inherited during the time spent in the camps In World War II. The abuses that the Nazis perpetrate on their prisoners is another example of dehumanization.
Throughout the camps, examples of children abandoning parents, people betraying one another, and internal aloneness dominating human actions until survival is all that remains are examples of dehumanization in the narrative.
Toward midnight, we were told to run. When he comes back to tell them what he experienced, he is dehumanized in the way he is discredited and shunned. After that I had no other name. Also most of the people that were being thrown into these flaming ditches were unclothed.
Later, the Jews continue to be dehumanized when they are shuttled to ghettos and eventually concentration camps. Moshe the Beadle is dehumanized by the people of Sighet.
It also shows that they thought nothing of them. Wiesel makes the claim that the terror of the Holocaust existed in how everyone dehumanized one another.
Once again, dehumanization is evident in how victims of evil treat one another. In seeing human beings as less than human beings, individuals were able to treat one another with a lack of dignity and voice.
This dehumanized them because the Germans made the Jews run in the cold night air with no clothes on. They dehumanized the corpses as well as themselves as they gave up where the dead bodies were, and how they took their clothes leaving the dead bodies naked in the snow.
What had happened to me? My father had just been struck, before my very eyes, and I had not flicked an eyelid. This shows that the Germans had no respect for the Jews.In Elie Wiesel’s autobiography Night, Wiesel explains the dehumanization of Eliezer, his family, and his fellow Jews throughout World War II.
Dehumanization of capitalism and interpersonal alienation is an inevitable human situation, especially in the modern day society. The other form of alienation is self- estrangement represented by the hunger artist struggle between the body and the soul which led to the failure of the fasting.
The Holocaust itself was an exercise in mass dehumanization and extermination of millions of people. Wiesel shows this in Night when he describes the police invasion of Sighet. They raid the Jews. Posts about Dehumanization and alienation written by mikespassingthoughts.
Symbols of alienation and dehumanization There are many symbols within the story that depict dehumanization. Particularity, the newspaper and cane that Gregors father use to hit him and push him into his room.
The objects used show how Gregor is physically being treated less than. Dehumanization in Night Night by Elie Wiesel is a memoir that documents the story of a young Jewish boy named Eliezer who was born in Sighet, Transylvania during World War II.
The story begins in his hometown, where life is normal and calm before the storm.Download