Night, a memoir by concentration camp survivor and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Elie Wiesel, is a key work of Holocaust literature. It bears witness to the horrors endured by a teenage boy whose freedom and family are taken from him. This invaluable new study guide contains a selection of the finest contemporary criticism on Night, plus a bibliography, a chronology of Wiesel's life, an index, and an introduction by revered scholar Harold Bloom.
Elie Wiesel and the drama of interrogation / Ted L. Estess The power of ambiguity : Elie Wiesel's Night / Benj Mahle The parable of survival in Elie Wiesel's Night / Sukhbir Singh The absence of God? The presence of God? : a meditation in three parts on Night / Jean-Marie Lustiger Mauriac's preface to Night : thirty years later / Eva Fleischner Wiesel's Night as anti-Bildungsroman / David L. Vanderwerken Elie Wiesel's La nuit and l'Oublié: in pursuit of silence / Joyce Lazarus From Night to Twilight : a philosopher's reading of Elie Wiesel / John K. Roth The ethics of reading Elie Wiesel's Night / Daniel R. Schwarz Entering the "night" of the Holocaust : studying Elie Wiesel's Night / Samuel Totten Boyhood unraveled : Elie Wiesel's Night (1960) / Sara R. Horowitz Questioning key texts : a pedagogical approach to teaching Elie Wiesel's Night / Gary Weissman The poetics of memory and justice : Elie Wiesel and post-Holocaust theological reflection / Frederick L. Downing Gazing into the mirror of Wiesel's Night, together / Nona Fienberg.