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Title:The Trial of God: (as it was held on February 25, 1649, in Shamgorod)
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Publisher:Schocken
ISBN:0805210539
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Number of Pages:208
Category:Plays, Religion, Fiction, Drama, Historical fiction, Theatre, Historical

The Trial of God: (as it was held on February 25, 1649, in Shamgorod) by Elie Wiesel, Matthew Fox, Robert McAfee Brown

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC The Trial of God: (as it was held on February 25, 1649, in Shamgorod) Where is God when innocent human beings suffer This drama lays bare the most vexing questions confronting the moral imagination Set in a Ukranian village in the year this haunting play takes place in the aftermath of a pogrom Only two Jews Berish the innkeeper and his daughter Hannah have survived the brutal Cossack raids When three itinerant actors arrive in town to perform a Purim play Berish demands that they stage a mock trial of God instead indicting Him for His silence in the face of evil Berish a latter day Job is ready to take on the role of prosecutor But who will defend God A mysterious stranger named Sam who seems oddly familiar to everyone present shows up just in time to volunteer The idea for this play came from an event that Elie Wiesel witnessed as a boy in Auschwitz Three rabbis all erudite and pious men decided one evening to indict God for allowing His children to be massacred I remember I was there and I felt like crying But there nobody cried Inspired and challenged by this play Christian theologians Robert McAfee Brown and Matthew Fox in a new Introduction and Afterword join Elie Wiesel in the search for faith in a world where God is silent

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In this first volume of his two volume autobiography Wiesel takes us from his childhood memories of a traditional and loving Jewish family in the Romanian village of Sighet through the horrors of Auschwitz and Buchenwald and the years of spiritual struggle to his emergence as a witness for the Holocaust s martyrs and survivors and for the State of Israel and as a spokesman for humanity With pages of black and white photographs br br From the abyss of the death camps Wiesel has come as a messenger to mankind not with a message of hate and revenge but with one of brotherhood and atonement br i From the citation for the Nobel Peace Prize i, b Translated by Marion Wiesel br br A profoundly and unexpectedly intimate deeply affecting summing up of his life so far from one of the most cherished moral voices of our time b br br Eighty two years old facing emergency heart surgery and his own mortality Elie Wiesel reflects back on his life Emotions images faces and questions flash through his mind His family before and during the unspeakable Event The gifts of marriage and children and grandchildren that followed In his writing in his teaching in his public life has he done enough for memory and the survivors His ongoing questioning of God where has it led Is there hope for mankind The world s tireless ambassador of tolerance and justice has given us this luminous account of hope and despair an exploration of the love regrets and abiding faith of a remarkable man, Where is God when innocent human beings suffer This drama lays bare the most vexing questions confronting the moral imagination br Set in a Ukranian village in the year this haunting play takes place in the aftermath of a pogrom Only two Jews Berish the innkeeper and his daughter Hannah have survived the brutal Cossack raids When three itinerant actors arrive in town to perform a Purim play Berish demands that they stage a mock trial of God instead indicting Him for His silence in the face of evil Berish a latter day Job is ready to take on the role of prosecutor But who will defend God A mysterious stranger named Sam who seems oddly familiar to everyone present shows up just in time to volunteer br The idea for this play came from an event that Elie Wiesel witnessed as a boy in Auschwitz Three rabbis all erudite and pious men decided one evening to indict God for allowing His children to be massacred I remember I was there and I felt like crying But there nobody cried br Inspired and challenged by this play Christian theologians Robert McAfee Brown and Matthew Fox in a new Introduction and Afterword join Elie Wiesel in the search for faith in a world where God is silent, b Not since Albert Camus has there been such an eloquent spokesman for man i The New York Times Book Review i b br br The publication of i Day i restores Elie Wiesel s original title to the novel initially published in English as i The Accident i and clearly establishes it as the powerful conclusion to the author s classic trilogy of Holocaust literature which includes his memoir i Night i and novel i Dawn i In i Night i it is the I who speaks writes Wiesel In the other two it is the I who listens and questions br br In its opening paragraphs a successful journalist and Holocaust survivor steps off a New York City curb and into the path of an oncoming taxi Consequently most of Wiesel s masterful portrayal of one man s exploration of the historical tragedy that befell him his family and his people transpires in the thoughts daydreams and memories of the novel s narrator Torn between choosing life or death i Day i again and again returns to the guiding questions that inform Wiesel s trilogy the meaning and worth of surviving the annihilation of a race the effects of the Holocaust upon the modern character of the Jewish people and the loss of one s religious faith in the face of mass murder and human extermination