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I was fortunate enough to study under Professor Wiesel at Boston University. This memoir includes many of the great stories he told of his childhood and early adulthood as he was starting to become the man who one day won the Nobel Peace Prize. A great teacher and a better man.
He has had a fascinating life…but how he goes on and on and on! It is sometimes difficult to follow him, because he is so wordy. His stories don’t necessarily go in chronological order, either, so it is difficult to get a good idea of where in his life certain events fall.
However, this is the first time I have read an author who has written in such detail about his view of the Holocaust, particularly his questions about the rest of the world’s silence for so long. I can relate to his anger tow
He is the most inspirational, wise, compassionate man alive today. I can’t count the number of times over the years that I’ve been down, depressed, or lost faith, and his voice resonates in my head. He didn’t lose faith after having experienced the worst life has to offer. His words and ideas are pure and he conveys with a directness that transcends what isn’t spoken. The book and his genius cannot be conveyed in modern day bumper sticker soundbites. They are words that web themselves into the f