Does the narrative theology of suffering proposed in these two literary masterpieces speak human experience of suffering?

A compare a contrast essay. The essay should compare and contrast two masters pieces: Leo Tolstoy, The death of Ivan Ilyich and Night by Elie Wiesel. The essay should answer the following questions:

1. Are the questions and problems raised in the Wiesel’s book acknowledged and answered in Tolstoy’s? How and why or why not?
2. What kind of transformation must the human person undergo in order to be able to perceive God present and at work in the midst of suffering?
4. How does God relate to and acts upon human suffering?
5. Does the narrative theology of suffering proposed in these two literary masterpieces speak human experience of suffering? How and why?
 

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