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This book is about Elie Wiesel
"Night," a profound autobiographical account by Elie Wiesel, masterfully translated by Marion Wiesel, delves into the darkest chapters of human history through the eyes of a teenage survivor of the Nazi death camps. Published on January 16, 2006, this poignant narrative not only recounts the daily horrors and perverse brutality of Auschwitz and Buchenwald but also explores the profound philosophical and ethical questions that arise from the Holocaust. Elie Wiesel's intense scrutiny of humanity's capacity for cruelty serves as a powerful reminder and a call to action, compelling us to remember and respond to such atrocities. The addition of a thoughtful preface in this translation reiterates Wiesel’s dedication to human rights and the importance of bearing witness to injustice. This book is essential for high school readers who are exploring themes of racial justice, promoting deep reflection on the impact of hatred and the resilience of the human spirit.
Published by Turtleback Books on January 16, 2006
120 pages
ISBN: 9781417728145
Best for readers in High School
This book provides valuable insights into Racial Justice , highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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