This item offers a memoir and two novels in one bound book: The Night Trilogy. Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Elie Wiesel offers his harrowing story of his struggle to survive Auschwitz during World War II. Wiesel depicts the internal struggle he had as an adolescent boy as her tried to grapple with how such a loving God could allow such cruelty as he saw and endured while prisoner at a concentration camp. Also, included in this book are two of Wiesel's novels: Dawn and Day.
Night is Elie Wiesel's masterpiece---a candid, horrific, and deeply poignant autobiographical account of his survival as a youth in the Nazi death camps. Offering much more than a litany of the daily terrors, everyday perversions, and rampant sadism at Auschwitz and Buchenwald, Night also eloquently addresses many of the philosophical as well as personal questions implicit in any serious consideration of what the Holocaust was, what it meant, and what its legacy is and will be.
Ralph Lipkin is a man obsessed. He hears voices. He talks to ghosts. He is spending the summer at the Mountain Clinic, a psychiatric hospital in upstate New York not as a patient, but as a visitng professional with a secret, personal quest.
Gregor - a teenaged boy, the lone survivor of his family - is hiding from the Germans in the forest. He hides in a cave, where he meets a mysterious stranger who saves his life. In a story punctuated by friendship and fear, sacrifice and betrayal, Gregor's wartime wanderings take us deep into the ghost-filled inner world of the survivor.
Michael a young man in his thirties, a concetration camp survivor makes the difficult trip behind the Iron Curtain to the town of his birth in Hungary. He returns to find and confront "the face in the window" the real and symbolic faces of all those who stood by and never interfered when the Jews of his town were deported.
In this first volume of Elie Wiesel's projected two volume autobiography, the Nobel Laureate takes us from childhood memories of a traditional and loving Jewish family in a Carpathian village through the horrors of Auschwitz and Buchenwald and the years of spiritual struggle to his emergence as a witness for Israel and for the Holocaust's martyrs and survivors, and as spokesman for humanity. Softcover.
Souls on Fire: Portraits and Legends of Hasidic MastersElie WieselSimon & Schuster / 1982 / Trade Paperback$16.19 Retail:
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Souls on Fire written by Elie Wiesel winner of the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize, documents the tales, legends, and portraits of the Hasidic Masters such a Baal Shem Tov. 368 pages from Simon & Schuster.
With this Passover Haggadah, Elie Wiesel and his friend Mark Podwal invite you to join them for the Passover Seder- the most festive event of the Jewish calendar. Read each year at the Seder table, the Haggadah recounts the miraculous tale of the liberation of the Children of Israel from slavery in Egypt, with a celebration of prayer, ritual, and song. Wiesel and Podwal guide you through the Haggadah and share their understanding and faith in a special illustrated edition that will be treasured for years to come. In English and Hebrew.
Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and the Congressional Gold Medal, Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel offers an unforgettable account of Hitler's horrific reign of terror in Night. This definitive edition features a new translation from the original French by Wiesel's wife and frequent translator, Marion Wiesel.
Hope Against Hope: Johann Baptist Metz & Elie Wiesel Speak Out on the HolocaustEkkehard SchusterPaulist Press / 1999 / Trade Paperback$8.96 Retail:
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There are probably no two men of such stature who can speak to the Holocaust as Christian theologian Johann Baptist Metz, author of A Passion for God, and Jewish writer, Nobel laureate and human rights activist Elie Wiesel, author of Night. One was drafted into the German army at the age of fifteen; the other was interned at Auschwitz. Both came from upbringings of deep faith, only to have their lives broken by the horrors they witnessed during the war. Both share the sense that the Holocaust is a rift in history itself, after which nothing could ever be seen in the same way as before.
Elie Wiesel - eBooks
Messengers of God: A True Story of Angelic Presence and the Return to - eBookElie WieselSimon & Schuster / 2013 / ePub$11.99
The Trial of God: (as it was held on February 25, 1649, in Shamgorod) - eBookElie Wiesel, Matthew Fox, Robert McAfee BrownSchocken / 2013 / ePub$5.99