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Once again, in The Town Beyond the Wall, Elie Wiesel has brought us a novel in which he infuses pieces of himself within the pages, through the narrator, named Michael. Michael is a Jew, and he is a ... Read full review
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Review: The Town Beyond the Wall: A NovelUser Review - Goodreads
I had trouble following it. I thought I would really like it since I liked one of his other books.
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