Élie Wiesel - History - 1966 - 226 pages
Allegory about a nameless stranger who sacrifices himself to save a Jewish boy, hiding in a Hungarian forest in World War 2.
Élie Wiesel - Fiction - 1964 - 179 pages
After the Second World War Michael, a young Jew, returns to his Eastern European village to contemplate the fate of his people and those who watched them go to death
Elie Wiesel - Fiction - 2006 - 81 pages
Deals with the conflicts and thoughts of a young Jewish concentration-camp veteran as he prepares to assassinate a British hostage in occupied Palestine.
Monique Wittig - Lesbianism - 1976 - 159 pages
Back in print, this daring novel constitutes a rhapsodic hymn to women's bodies and women's relationships. "That rare work in fiction . . . the art and the courage are of the ...
Isaac Bashevis Singer - Fiction - 2008 - 560 pages
From the Upper West Side to Miami's pastel resorts, "Shadows on the Hudson" traces the intertwined destiny of survivors in the aftermath of the Holocaust.
Kati Marton - History - 2007 - 271 pages
Traces the early twentieth century journey of nine men from Budapest--including Edward Teller, Robert Capa, and Michael Curtiz--who fled fascism and anti-Semitism to seek ...
Elie Wiesel - Fiction - 2007 - 299 pages
Tormented by feelings of loss and dispossession after spending his life fleeing first the Nazis and then the 1956 Russian invasion of Hungary, Gamaliel Friedman finally settles ...