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Category:Non fiction, Classics, History, Memoir, Holocaust, Biography

Night (The Night Trilogy #1) by Elie Wiesel, Marion Wiesel

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Night (The Night Trilogy #1) An autobiographical narrative in which the author describes his experiences in Nazi concentration camps watching family and friends die and how they led him to believe that God is dead .

Night is Elie Wiesel s masterpiece a candid horrific and deeply poignant autobiographical account of his survival as a teenager in the Nazi death camps This new translation by Marion Wiesel Elie s wife and frequent translator presents this seminal memoir in the language and spirit truest to the author s original intent And in a substantive new preface Elie Wiesel reflects on the enduring importance of Night and his lifelong passionate dedication to ensuring that the world never forget man s capacity for inhumanity to man

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From Elie Wiesel a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize and one of our fiercest moral voices a provocative and deeply thoughtful new novel about a life shaped by the worst horrors of the twentieth century and one man s attempt to reclaim happiness br br Doriel a European expatriate living in New York suffers from a profound sense of desperation and loss His mother a member of the Resistance survived World War II only to die in an accident together with his father soon after Doriel was a child during the war and his knowledge of the Holocaust is largely limited to what he finds in movies newsreels and books but it is enough Doriel s parents and their secrets haunt him leaving him filled with longing but unable to experience the most basic joys in life He plunges into an intense study of Judaism but instead of finding solace he comes to believe that he is possessed by a dybbuk br br Surrounded by ghosts spurred on by demons Doriel finally turns to Dr Th r se Goldschmidt a psychoanalyst who finds herself particularly intrigued by her patient The two enter into an uneasy relationship based on exchange of dreams histories and secrets Despite Doriel s initial resistance Dr Goldschmidt helps to bring him to a crossroads and to a shocking denouement br br In Doriel s journey into the darkest regions of the soul Elie Wiesel has written one of his most profoundly moving works of fiction grounded always by his unparalleled moral compass, An autobiographical narrative in which the author describes his experiences in Nazi concentration camps watching family and friends die and how they led him to believe that God is dead br br Night is Elie Wiesel s masterpiece a candid horrific and deeply poignant autobiographical account of his survival as a teenager in the Nazi death camps This new translation by Marion Wiesel Elie s wife and frequent translator presents this seminal memoir in the language and spirit truest to the author s original intent And in a substantive new preface Elie Wiesel reflects on the enduring importance of Night and his lifelong passionate dedication to ensuring that the world never forget man s capacity for inhumanity to 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, The first three works by Elie Wiesel are here brought together in one volume where the terrifying truth of their vision the stunning simplicity of their art and the power of their unity achieve epic dimensions br br Night first published in is Wiesel s true account of spiritual and national exile and one of the masterpieces of Holocaust literature The adolescent Elie and his family among hundreds of thousands of Jews from all parts of Eastern Europe are cruelly deported from their hometown to the horrors of Auschwitz and Buchenwald Wiesel writes of their battle for survival and of his battle with God for a way to understand the wanton cruelty he witnesses each day br br In the short novel Dawn Elisha the sole survivor of his family whose immolation he witnessed at Auschwitz has survived the Second World War and settled in Palestine Apprenticed to a Jewish terrorist gang he is commanded to execute a British officer who has been taken hostage During the lonely hours before dawn he meditates on the act of murder he is waiting to commit br br In The Accident Wiesel s second novel Elisha now a journalist living in New York is the victim of a nearly fatal automobile accident This fiction questions the limits of the spirit and the self Can Holocaust survivors forge a new life without the memories of the old As the author writes in his introduction In Night it is the I who speaks in the other two narratives it is the I who listens and questions br br Wiesel s trilogy offers meditations on mankind s attraction to violence and on the temptation of self destruction