- Why does suffering sometimes lead to a loss of faith, when faith is supposed to aid one through suffering?
2. Can this book truly be considered a nonfiction (or even just factually fictive) novel when memory can be unreliable, or when the mind does weird things on itself?
3. Why is the book titled “Night”. IS there anything to the title that is symbolic? How about literal?
4. Is the book trying at all to warn the world that there could be another Holocaust, and, if so, do you think another Holocaust is possible after the lessons learned from the first one. Have there been any since then?