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In One Generation After, Elie Wiesel wrote passionately about the retrieval of a relic, a child's watch, a Bar Mitzvah gift that he had buried in his Romanian backyard two decades before as his family prepared to leave for Nazi parts unknown. When first published in 1970, his moving account served its readers as another act of recovery and now, forty-one years later, its republication with a new introduction serves as a spiritual rescue that we can all welcome. Editor's recommendation.