Qualities that are strong are useful in times of need. Night, an autobiography by Elie Wiesel, rips a family apart, and turns the young son against his faith. Taking place during the Holocaust in a Nazi concentration camp, Elie, is separated from is mother and sisters, and witnesses many horrifying sites that are not even dreamable. Elie's strong character traits help him survive his traumatic boyhood. The qualities that make him survive the concentration camp are bravery, persistence, and trust.
Bravery helps Elie survive the horrific times and sights during the Holocaust. While on a train going to another concentration camp, Elie saves his father's life. The train had stop momentarily to let the SS men throw all of the dead bodies out. Elie felt the "gravediggers" take his father away. He slaps his father many times to wake him up. The SS men yell and get impatient with Elie, but bravery is with him and the SS men don't scare him. He finally wakes his dad up a...