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Elie Wiesel: Between Memory and Hope

Elie Wiesel: Between Memory and Hope

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A deeply reflective work, written by a number of eminent scholars both Jewish and Christian who represent a variety of disciplines and perspectives, this book explores basic issues in Wiesel's work -the nature of God, madness, silence, horror, and hope. With essays by such authorities among others, as Robert McAfee Brown, Eugene J. Fisher, Hary James Cargas, Eva Fleuschner, and Irving Abrahamson, the bool reflects the inspitation of Wiesel's reconstructed belief in God, humanity, and the future. These eminent theologians, literary scholars, and philosophers show how Wiesel's thinking has changed over the past thirty years, and how it has remained the same.

Author: Carol Rittner
Publisher: New York University Press
Published: 12/01/1991
Pages: 244
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.74lbs
Size: 8.91h x 5.89w x 0.63d
ISBN: 9780814774212

About the Author
Rittner, Carol: - Dr. Carol Rittner, a sister of mercy, is Director of the Elie Wiesel Foundation. She is also the editor, with Sondra Myers, of The Courage to Care: The Rescue of Jews During the Holocaust, published by New York University Press, and co-producer of and award winning documentary by the same name.

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