Night

In the beginning of this chapter, Wiesel says that the “night was growing longer, never-ending” and that finally “a grayish light” appeared on the horizon. Why, do you suppose, he describes the daybreak light as grayish instead of yellow or golden?

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Elie was looking at death.... human shapes piled one upon the other...... the light was gone.

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