Do you think other people can ever really understand what the author experienced in the concentration camp? If someone asked you to describe exactly what you think Elie Wiesel thought and felt while living in the camps, how would you do so?

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No, I don't think the reader can fathom what it would be like in a concentration camp unless they have been in one. The experience would be so intense and dehumanizing that words can only touch the surface. I could only articulate the words that Elie wrote in his book. I would not have any personal insight.