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Dawn Summary and Analysis

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Dawn

by Elie Wiesel

Genre:
World War II Holocaust
Published:
1960
Pages:
81
Est. Read Time:
1 hour

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Our Summary of Dawn by Elie Wiesel

Elie Wiesel's Dawn revolves around a Palestinian youth named Elisha. One night, Elisha finds himself retelling his story in order to explain what led to him taking the life of another. It is shortly after the end of World War II. Elisha was one of the many taken into concentration camps during the war and one of the few to survive. His parents were also taken into concentration camps and are presumed dead. On his return to Palestine, Elisha finds that it is being run by the British. He joins a Jewish terrorist group known as the Movement at the encouragement of Gad, whom he met in France immediately after the war. Through the Movement, Elisha becomes involved in the efforts to run the British out of Palestine and return it to Palestinian control.

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