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Readings on Night / Wendy Mass, book editor.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: PQ2683.I32 Z4783 2000

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    Book cover

    Overview

    Variant Title
    Night
    Series
    The Greenhaven Press literary companion to world literature
    Greenhaven Press literary companion to world literature.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    San Diego, CA : Greenhaven Press, c2000
    Contents
    Foreword
    Introduction
    Elie Wiesel : a biography
    Characters and plot
    1. Major themes
    Loss of innocence / Irving Halperin ; Theme of night / Ellen S. Fine ; Initiation and journey motifs / Ted. L. Estess ; Theme of silence / Simon P. Sibelman
    2. Art of Night
    More questions than answers / Benj Mahle ; Facing the horror of history / Lea Hamaoui ; Christian imagery / Michael Brown ; How Wiesel tells the story that can never be told / Colin Davis ; Wiesel's literary techniques / Mildred L. Culp
    3. Relationships
    Holocaust poisoned Eliezer's relationships / Ted L. Estess ; Fathers and sons / Ellen S. Fine
    4. Literary interpretation
    Night as Wiesel's anti-Exodus / Lawrence S. Cunningham ; Death replaced life as the measure of existence / Lawrence L. Langer ; Night is the anti-coming of age story / David L. Vanderwerken
    5. Legacy of Night
    Night defines Holocaust autobiography / Joseph Sungolowsky ; Why people resist the truth / Ora Avni ; Wiesel talks about Night and life after the Holocaust / Elie Wiesel, interviewed by Bob Costas ; Letter to Wiesel questions Night's preface / Eva Fleischner.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Mass, Wendy, 1967-
    Notes
    "Elie Wiesel"--Cover.
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-167) and index.
    Foreword -- Introduction -- Elie Wiesel : a biography -- Characters and plot -- 1. Major themes -- Loss of innocence / Irving Halperin ; Theme of night / Ellen S. Fine ; Initiation and journey motifs / Ted. L. Estess ; Theme of silence / Simon P. Sibelman -- 2. Art of Night -- More questions than answers / Benj Mahle ; Facing the horror of history / Lea Hamaoui ; Christian imagery / Michael Brown ; How Wiesel tells the story that can never be told / Colin Davis ; Wiesel's literary techniques / Mildred L. Culp -- 3. Relationships -- Holocaust poisoned Eliezer's relationships / Ted L. Estess ; Fathers and sons / Ellen S. Fine -- 4. Literary interpretation -- Night as Wiesel's anti-Exodus / Lawrence S. Cunningham ; Death replaced life as the measure of existence / Lawrence L. Langer ; Night is the anti-coming of age story / David L. Vanderwerken -- 5. Legacy of Night -- Night defines Holocaust autobiography / Joseph Sungolowsky ; Why people resist the truth / Ora Avni ; Wiesel talks about Night and life after the Holocaust / Elie Wiesel, interviewed by Bob Costas ; Letter to Wiesel questions Night's preface / Eva Fleischner.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0737703695
    0737703709 (lib. : acid-free paper)
    Physical Description
    172 p. ; 23 cm.

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