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By Elie Wiesel Translated by: Anne Borchardt (120 Pages)Publisher: Noonday, 1991
The conclusion of Wiesel's The Night Trilogy. In New York City a young journalist steps off a curb and into the path of a speeding taxicab. Is it an accident or has a tortured past driven Eliezer, a survivor of the German death camps, to attempt suicide? A sensitive, terse, and powerful short novel.
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