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Posted August 27, 2004
The second volume of the Jewish people's voice of conscience
This is the second volume of Elie Weisel's Memoirs. Much of it deals with his public meetings and at times confrontations with political and religious leaders. It also tells about the new phase of life that began with his marriage, and the birth of his son. He writes movingly about the loss of his sister, and his relation to his family. As it is a chronicle of outer events of great diversity it does not have the moving power of his greatest work. Nonetheless it provides much more of the story of one of the great moral spokesmen of our time- and the Jewish people's most powerful Post- Second World War Voice of Conscience.
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