What is the importance of Dawn in the novel Dawn by Elie Wiesel? For a project theres a question- Describe the similarities and differences between Elisha and John Dawson's wait for dawn. I didn't catch it because I thought it was the morning what they were waiting for but can anyone tell me what Dawn represents

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  1. http://www.bookrags.com/studyguide-dawn/themes.html

    Dawn is the beginning of a new day. In this case a new era for the Jews after the holocaust. Check the site above.

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