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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2002

    A Prisoner of Davarowsk

    When Elie Wiesel writes of Ariel, the Angel, the Jewish child of Davarowsk, he is writing about himself. He is writing about the child that was killed by Auschwitz and the Nazi's. He is describing the Angel that was reborn from that experience which allowed him to sustain his personal journey. It is a phenomenal read as he shares his most ugly and horrifying personal experience with the reader in this work of fiction. The prisoner of the dead Jews of Davarowsk is Elie Wiesel. He is a prisoner of the dead Jews of Auschwitz. He saved himself by having faith in himself...there was litte evidence of God in Davarowsk and no evidence of God in Auschwitz. This is fascinating and quite moving to watch this unfold before your eyes as you read it. It is autobiographical when he writes that he has called upon all those whose destinies that have fashioned mine. He in fact, in order to survive, did indeed have to mobilize all the resources of his energy, imagination and memory to sustain his belief in God.......and himself. Ultimately, Ariel, the living Angel that arose from the ashes of Auschwitz and Davarowsk, saved him......and as result, Ariel is alive to save humanity.

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