how does this event further change wiesel's relationship with god and faith?

in this section of the novel ( pages 29-66), wiesel tells the story of the hanging of the pipel.

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As Elie witnesses the hanging of the young pipel, he feels that it is his God who is hanging on the gallows. The death of the pipel is related to the death of Elie's faith in his God. Elie identifies with the death of the young pipel because he undergoes a similar slow, painful spiritual death.