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Posted October 27, 2012
Wiesel's novel about his return to his hometown a generation after the Shoah was amazing. The way he tells the story transports you to the little city that was once filled with Jews, now filled with Germans. He includes open letters to groups, but my favorite was the open letter to the Jewish children of today and the future, telling them to remember the past and make sure that it can never, ever happen again in the future. This is one of my favorite books by Elie Wiesel.
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Posted December 25, 2011
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