what is the tone of the speech?

Night by elie Wiesel

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Wiesel's tone is somber throughout the novel. He makes no attempt to glaze over the horrors he experienced, nor does he spare the reader the fear, disbelief, or anger of those he lived with in the camps. Writing with complete honesty, Wiesel takes us back to a time we should never forget...... and his haunting, mournful words imbed themselves that we might remember. No one should ever forget........