How does Wiesel's treatment of characters in the memoir emphasize the fact this piece of writing is not a piece of fiction?

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Wiesel sugarcoats nothing, and he portrays the characters in the book as they really were. To have changed anything for any reason because the truth was too brutal would have been dishonorable to those who died.