Night by Elie Wiesel: The Lessons of the Holocaust
Through Elie Wiesel's memoir Night, the reader gets a sense of what it was like to be a young person caught in the maelstrom of the Nazi Holocaust and the growing darkness that resulted in a never-ending night of prejudice, devastation, and death.
Presents eight analytical essays on Elie Wiesel's memoir-novel about the Holocaust, "Night," and its sequels, "Dawn" and "The Accident," and includes an introduction by critic Harold Bloom, a Wiesel chronology, and a bibliography.
A guide to studying Elie Weisel's "Night," featuring an introduction, a profile of the author, background notes, a character list, a summary and analysis, selections from critical essays on the work, and an annotated bibliography.
The final volume of Elie Weisel's memoirs, discussing his life and actions since 1969 when he made the decision to become a militant advocate for Holocaust survivors and the disenfranchised throughout the world.