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By the night he was taken to a jungle, and was buried alive up to his neck.

Is there any mistakes in the sentence above? Thanks
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At night, he was taken into the jungle and buried up to his neck.
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Thanks MM, but I have another question.

What is the difference between "at night" and "by night"? Could you please give an example, showing the use of "by night"?
Abil: I think that maybe (maybe!) "by" might work in your sentence: By night ( = under cover of darkness), he was taken to a jungle and buried alive.
Thanks Anon
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