Elie Wiesel - History - 2011 - 210 pages
Short tales, dialogues, and narrative offer the author's reflections on the state of Israel, modern-day rebels, Germany in World War II, and the atomic holocaust
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.
Elie Wiesel - History - 2010 - 260 pages
In this powerful and wide-ranging collection of essays, letters and diary entries, weaving together all the periods of the author's life -- from his childhood in Transylvania ...
Elie Wiesel - Fiction - 2011 - 228 pages
Reuven Tamiroff, a Holocaust survivor, has never been able to speak about his past to his son, a young man who yearns to understand his father’s silence. As campuses burn ...
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 - Religion - 2011 - 224 pages
The compassion of Reb Moshe-Leib, the vision of the Seer of Lublin, the wisdom of Reb Pinhas, the warmth of the Ba’al Shem Tov, the humor of Reb Naphtali–to their followers ...
Elie Wiesel - Fiction - 2011 - 352 pages
On August 12, 1952, Russia's greatest Jewish writers were secretly executed by Stalin. In this remarkable blend of history and imagination, Paltiel Kossover meets the same fate ...