The exposition of Night by Elie Wiesel is the warning the Jews had, they accepted what was going to happen to them with the thought that everything would get better but before they knew it, they found themselves in concentration camps.
The initial incident of this story is when Moshe the beadle is taken by the Germans because he is a foreign Jew and escapes to warn the others in the town where Eliezer lives.
Rising Action: Moshe the Beadle returns from escaping the concentration camp and warns Sighet that the others who were also taken have been killed.
Rising action: Eliezer and his family are put on trains like animals to Auschwitz. He journeys through various concentration camps.
Rising action: Eliezer questions his faith in God and humanity as despicable human actions takes place in the camp, and his faith is being tested.
Climax: The climax of the story is when Eliezer's father dies and the concentration camp is finally liberated. Eliezer feels physically free, but is tormented spiritually and he has adjust to face living again.
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