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Against silence : the voice and vision of Elie Wiesel

Author: Elie Wiesel; Irving Abrahamson
Publisher: New York : Holocaust Library, ©1985.
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Genre/Form: History
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Wiesel, Elie, 1928-
Against silence.
New York : Holocaust Library, ©1985
(OCoLC)564729530
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elie Wiesel; Irving Abrahamson
ISBN: 0805250484 9780805250480 0805250492 9780805250497 0805250506 9780805250503
OCLC Number: 12704492
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: 3 volumes ; 24 cm
Contents: Ch. 12. Television Scripts --
The Itinerary of Elie Wiesel: From Sighet to Jerusalem --
Elie Wiesel's Jerusalem --
Ch. 13. A Drama --
A Black Canopy A Black Sky --
Ch. 14. Stories --
The Sermon at Hell's Gate --
A Hanukkah Story --
The Owner --
Moshe the Water Carrier --
A Spark of Holiness --
Do Not Be Afraid, My Servant Jacob --
The Haunted House --
The Last Maggid --
The Price of Courage --
Bringing the Messiah --
The Reporter --
The Interview --
The New Law --
Appearance and Reality --
The Story of a Story --
The Forger --
Jeremiah's Lesson --
Miami: Distant Echoes --
Ch. 15. The Books: Genesis and Commentary --
Night --
The Deportation --
The End and the Beginning --
The Call to Life --
The Gates of the Forest --
A Simple Dialogue --
The Jews of Silence --
The Song of Russian Jewry --
Legends of Our Time --
The Tale of the Tale --
Mordecai Shoshani --
A Beggar in Jerusalem --
Letter to the Publisher --
The Madmen of Sighet --
Encounter with Jerusalem --
The Adventure of Jerusalem --
One Generation After --
Letter to James H. Silberman --
Souls on Fire --
The Oath --
Letter to James H. Silberman --
The Baal Shem Tov --
Levi Yitzhak of Berditchev --
Back to the Source --
Israel of Rizhin --
Menahem Mendel of Kotzk --
Letter to James H. Silberman --
A Kingdom of Fire --
Ani Maamin --
Letter to James H. Silberman --
Question and Quest --
Zalmen, or The Madness of God --
My Song of Songs --
A Tale of Defiance --
The Story of Zalmen --
Messengers of God --
Messengers through Time --
Whose Messengers Are We? --
The Jew and the Human Condition --
A Jew Today --
A Jew Today and Its Author --
Encounter with Christianity --
The Trial of God --
The Story of The Trial of God --
The Testament --
Letter to James H. Silbennan --
Words Are the Link --
The Story of The Testament --
Origins of The Testament --
Paltiel Kossover's Search --
The Mark --
The Watchman and the Poet --
Against God and Man --
Ch. 16. Open Letters --
An Open Letter to Parents Everywhere --
An Open Letter to President Giscard d'Estaing of France --
A Response to a Letter from the Falashas --
To a Jewish Friend in France --
To Our Falasha Brothers and Sisters --
Ch. 17. Jewish History and World History --
The Tale of Arab Jewry --
The Impenetrable Shield --
It Ends with Others --
Mankind Is the Target --
The Victims of Injustice Must Be Cared For --
This Is History --
Ch. 18. President's Commission on the Holocaust --
A Quest for Memory and Justice --
The Holocaust: Beginning or End? --
Against Extrapolation --
To Deepen Memory --
Plea for the Boat People --
For the Sake of History and Justice --
The Focus Is Memory --
Presentation of the Report of the President's Commission on the Holocaust to the President of the United States --
Ch. 19. United States Holocaust --
Memorial Council --
Man's Right to Be Remembered --
Setting Precedent for History --
Remarks on Anti-Semitism and on the Revisionists --
Remembering the Holocaust --
To the Liberators of the Camps --
Meeting Again --
Why We Teach --
The Temple of Fire --
What Will Remain --
Thank You, the American People --
Protest against Iran --
We Must Remember --
Ch. 20: Explorations and Explanations --
The Key to the Mystery --
A Writer's Fears --
Golda at 75 --
Beyond Survival --
The Lesson of Auschwitz --
Giving and Receiving --
A Small Measure of Victory --
The Silence between Question and Answer --
Questions arid Answers: At the University of Oregon, 1975 --
Inner Geography and Outer --
A High Point in History --
Being an American --
Out of the Night --
Questions and Answers: At Willamette University, 1977 --
Questions and Answers: At Brandeis-Bardin, 1978 --
Questions and Answers: At Washington University, 1978 --
The Great Adventure --
In Spite of Everything --
Writer Sums Up His Message: Life Is Destructible, More Evil Than Good --
Before the End of History --
and After --
My Father's Tallis --
Ch. 21. Quotes and Comments --
Autobiographical --
The Creative Act: AuthorThe Creative Act: Subject --
The Creative Act: Audience --
The Creative Act: Technique --
Youth and His Students --
Against Despair --
Questions and AnswersSuffering --
Christianity --
Jewish Resistance --
Judaism --
Jewish Identity --
The Universality of the Jew --
God --
The Holocaust --
Israel --
Soviet Jewry.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: selected and edited by Irving Abrahamson.

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