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Night | Elie Wiesel
A New Translation From The French By Marion WieselNight is Elie Wiesel's masterpiece, a candid, horrific, and deeply poignant autobiographical account of his survival as a teenager in the Nazi death camps. This new translation by Marion Wiesel, Elie's wife and frequent translator, presents this seminal memoir in the language and spirit truest to the author's original intent. And in a substantive new preface, Elie reflects on the enduring importance of Night and his lifelong, passionate dedication to ensuring that the world never forgets man's capacity for inhumanity to man.Night offers much more than a litany of the daily terrors, everyday perversions, and rampant sadism at Auschwitz and Buchenwald; it also eloquently addresses many of the philosophical as well as personal questions implicit in any serious consideration of what the Holocaust was, what it meant, and what its legacy is and will be.
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vonnie862
Night | Elie Wiesel
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It's #manicmonday!

📖 Night by Elie Wiesel
✍️ Neil Gaiman
🎬 National Treasure, Night at the Museum, National Lapoon's Christmas Vacation, Now and Then, The Notebook, The Nightmare Before Christmas
🎤 Nightwish, Nancy Ajram, Norman Greenbaum, Nirvana, No Doubt
🎶 Na Na Na by My Chemical Romance, Nice Guys Finish Last by Green Day, Nunca Te Olvidare by Enrique Iglesias, No Me Conoce by Jhay Cortez

#LetterM
@CBee

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Cazxxx
Night | Elie Wiesel
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#manicmonday #lettern @CBee

📕 Tagged
✍️ Jo Nesbo
📺 Nashville
🎤 Nightwish
🎵 Nemo-Nightwish

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Cinfhen
Night | Elie Wiesel
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#ManicMonday
@cbee
📕 Tagged 💔
✍🏻 Celeste Ng
🍿 National Treasure
🎤 No Doubt
🎵Nothing Else Matters

Cinfhen Must tag @squirrelbrain 🐿 3mo
Cinfhen Hi @Allylu !!!! Haven‘t seen you on Litsy in awhile….hope all is good 😊 3mo
squirrelbrain Aw cute! Love the rainbow tails @CBee 3mo
CBee @squirrelbrain I didn‘t even think to tag you! Glad you like 😊😊😊 3mo
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AshleyHoss820
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This is a tough book. It is also a necessary book. I used a personal connection with my own students to help them understand that this is still affecting people in so many ways. (I have ancestors I can‘t trace too far because the church where our records were kept was ordered to be burned down.) We shall never forget, and we MUST never forget.
📷: Yiddish Book Center

AmyG Never Forget. I am happy to hear you are teaching this. Eapecially now with what Kanye and Kyrie have said about Jews, men that young people listen to. 3mo
AshleyHoss820 @AmyG I don‘t know what Kanye said (I can‘t stand him), but I have heard that he‘s been making some stupid remarks. While that‘s not surprising, you are right. We HAVE to counteract those derogatory viewpoints. It is SO imperative that we NEVER let this memory slip. 3mo
vivastory I read this around this time last year & it deeply deeply impacted me 3mo
AshleyHoss820 @vivastory It is definitely one of those stories, Scott! I had read it many years ago, when my oldest was only two. I had to keep pausing to hold him to remind myself he was safe. He‘s 19 now, but going through this with the students…I was surprised how much I remembered. 3mo
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BooksNBowls
Night | Elie Wiesel
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#ScarathonDailyPrompts #Night #TeamMonsterMash +6

One of my favorite books I read in high school. It has stuck with me all these years. Absolutely heart-breaking is Elie‘s story and I‘m grateful he shared it. 💙

MoonWitch94 Good choice! 4mo
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CogsOfEncouragement
Night | Elie Wiesel
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Day 6 of #scarathlondailyprompts is night.
Night was awarded the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize. It is the memoir of Elie Wiesel who as a teenager was taken from his home to a concentration camp during the Holocaust. I read this moving account about fifteen years ago. Just over 100 pages, I recommend it to everyone. #TeamSlaughter #scarathlon

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BookedBySunrise
Night | Elie Wiesel
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My daughter taking a class in Holocaust Literature so after she was finished with it. I picked it up. I'm numb with emotions and in a book hangover from this true story of a survivor who was only around 15 at the time. Been awhile since a book has made me cry. "Human suffering anywhere concerns men and women everywhere"~ Elie Wiesel. ☆☆☆☆☆

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TheRiehlDeal
Night | Elie Wiesel
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I hear that this is really good! But for some reason, I still haven‘t read it.

#LittensWantToKnow

TrishB Thanks for the tag 👍🏻 I have no idea what mine might be! 5mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks It‘s on mine too!! 5mo
EadieB Thanks for the tag! 5mo
DarkMina @TheRiehlDeal It is excellent! It made me cry when I read it. (edited) 5mo
Eggs It is strong, meaningful and hopeful😢. Thanks for tagging me 💗 5mo
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vonnie862
Night | Elie Wiesel
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Night by Elie Wiesel

Read it back in high school and it still chills me.

#AlphabetGame
#LetterN
@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks On my shelf! 6mo
booksandsympathy Fantastic 5mo
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TheRiehlDeal
Night | Elie Wiesel
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#AlphabetGame
#LetterN

This book has been on my TBR for too long.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks On my shelf!! 6mo
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Adventures-of-a-French-Reader
Night | Elie Wiesel
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I finally read this classic testimony of the horrors Elie Wiesel had experienced in the camps. Brutally honest, it's a very moving account that should be on everyone's reading list. He describes first the denial of his Jewish community when told about the dangers they would soon face, then he describes with a candid honesty how people did their best to survive.

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WJCintron
Night | Elie Wiesel
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I'm not scared of ghosts, monsters, or anything else that falls under the same category.
I'm terrified of PEOPLE!
I believe people are the ones we should fear. The ones capable of the most outrageous crimes. That's why I chose this book as my Scariest Book for the #horrorlitchallenge @horrorprompts Day 4.
It's not a horror book, it's the Fact that it's a NON FICTION book, which makes it super scary. A true HORROR.

What's your scariest book?

Vansa That's a really thoughtful post. Very true. 9mo
Cazxxx I totally agree! Non fiction is much more frightening than fiction. The things that humans are capable of are terrifying 9mo
jlhammar I feel the same way. Great choice! 9mo
WJCintron @Cazxxx Sad and disturbing, but true. 9mo
bthegood So true😔 9mo
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BacklistReader
Night | Elie Wiesel
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Small and mighty

Such a huge punch delivered by such a small book. Highly recommend you read this one if you haven‘t.

Night completed my Quest for protectors as a Godseer student at #orilium

#oriliumreadathon #magicalreadathon

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Cathyloves2read
Night | Elie Wiesel
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This was a hard book to listen to (I did the audio)but the true story that it told was amazing.I‘ve read many books about WW2 and the holocaust, but this is the first non-fiction.It was written by a survivor who experienced the atrocities as a child.It hit home every time I realized that what he was describing really happened to him.I enjoyed the authors add on.I think he was a hero, and understand why this book won a Pulitzer Prize

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SaunteringVaguelyDownwards
Night | Elie Wiesel
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1) Night by Elie Weisel had a profound impact on me when I read it in high school - I hope it's still in the curriculum!

2) Not as an all-out bash, but I'm baking Irish Soda Bread today and we will make bangers & mash for dinner on Thursday along with a Guinness. I listen to Celtic Rock all year!

#Two4Tuesday
@TheSpineView

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 💚🍀🍺 11mo
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KathyWheeler
Night | Elie Wiesel
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I‘m doing a buddy read of the Night Trilogy with my daughter. We just finished Night; if you haven‘t read it, you should. I‘d forgotten exactly how heartbreaking and powerful it is. The Holocaust will always be beyond my understanding. Tonight, we begin Dawn. Continued with Iron Lake on today‘s walk and I‘m enjoying it. #audiowalk

wanderinglynn What a beautiful place to walk! 12mo
KathyWheeler @wanderinglynn it is nice back there. I often wonder what that building in the biggest picture used to be. 12mo
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KathyWheeler
Night | Elie Wiesel
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1: Night; Beauty in the Broken Places; Rage Becomes Her; The Unhoneymooners; Bourdain; and In Every Generation.
2: Eight Perfect Murders
3: Not much. I might do some weekend cooking.
#weekendreads

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KathyWheeler
Night | Elie Wiesel
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My daughter and I have started a buddy read of Wiesel‘s Night trilogy. It‘s been awhile since I‘ve read them, and she‘s only read Night.

wanderinglynn I love that your adorable kitty is on a kitty fleece! ❤️🐱 12mo
KathyWheeler @wanderinglynn You‘re right! I didn‘t notice. I love that blanket. My daughter made it for me, and it‘s soft and warm. 12mo
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NaomiO
Night | Elie Wiesel
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What are you reading, watching, listening to for International Holocaust Remembrance Day? What are you going to do in this coming year to combat antisemitism? Let Auschwitz remind you to never stay silent. Holocaust Remembrance Day isn‘t only about remembering those 6 million Jews, 6 million souls but to also honour the ones that survived. Today I honour my grandparents and remember the 11+ souls of my lost family members.

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CaliforniaCay
Night (Anniversary) | Elie Wiesel
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Post 4 /4. My first read of the new year...was the most depressing book I've ever read. This first hand perspective of Auschwitz is a unique one. Wiesel packs years of horror, history, and his own personal development into a little over 100 pages, telling his story in a blunt, brutal, but eloquent way. An important book everyone should read.

Kenyazero A brutal start to your new year, for certain. An excellent read, though. 12mo
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BacklistReader
Night | Elie Wiesel
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My Christmas present to myself finally arrived. I can‘t wait to dive in

#bookhaul #night #ElieWiesel

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freeatlast1137
Night | Elie Wiesel
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Elie describes his life in the concentration camps.

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CaitZ
Night | Elie Wiesel
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This is just heart-wrenching. I hadn't read it before and now I see why it won the Nobel Peace Prize. #Booked2021#JewishAuthor @Cinfhen @BarbaraTheBibliophage @4thhouseontheleft

Cinfhen The only book I‘ve read several times and each time my heart breaks all over. 14mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage It is so intense … 14mo
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vivastory
Night | Elie Wiesel
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“Everybody around us was weeping. Someone began to recite Kaddish, prayer for the dead. I don't know whether, during the history of the Jewish people, men have ever before recited Kaddish for themselves.“
Over the past couple of years I have read a few memorable books about WW2 (Kean's Bastard Brigade & Ohler's Blitzed spring to mind) & I have a vivid memory of reading the Diary of Anne Frank in high school. Yet, thanks to a recent post by @nute👇

vivastory I was reminded of a gap in my reading: Wiesel's “Night.“ Wiesel begins by telling of his adolescent experience in Hungary & how he & his family were first sent to a ghetto & subsequently to Auschwitz. Night is a modern day Book of Job. What Wiesel describes when his father & him first reach Birkenau ranks among the most chilling & harrowing pages that I have ever read. In fact the book features several such passages. I am not one for saying that 1y
vivastory such & such book should be read by everyone, but I do have exceptions. Wiesel's is one such exception. It should be read by everyone. Reader & non-reader alike. It still has much to say about the exploitation of power, man's capacity for evil towards his fellow man & it stands as a remarkable testimony of the Holocaust. #NonfictionNovember 1y
sarahbarnes I agree. I didn‘t read it until I was an adult either. 1y
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vivastory @sarahbarnes When I was in high school we read & watched a lot of WW2 related materials. It was when Schindler's list was released & I think that the Holocaust museum had just opened. I do think that Night should be taught in schools, but maybe not until junior or senior level. It's chilling. I just remembered that there's an exhibit about Auschwitz at Union Station currently. I'm going to try to visit before it leaves. 1y
tealwish My 10th grader just had to read it in English class. We had a good talk after he finished it, and I am glad it was required reading for him. 1y
vivastory @tealwish I'm glad to hear that he read it. I imagine it will stick with him for a long time! 1y
Nute “A modern day Book Of Job.” You given me much to deliberate. (edited) 1y
Goleemn A book I love to teach. An eye-opener for students and it hits home because they are about the same age. Books still have power! 1y
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Nute
Night | Elie Wiesel
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#GratefulHarvest - Begins with N: Night
We all know this book. Many folks, like I, have read it more than once as a reminder, as a promise to never forget. To never close our eyes to the evil that men do. To deeply mine the crevices of our thoughts in search of the fears and painful realities that haunt us. To watch the idle hands of men for the prospect of unkindness and savage behaviour. We are either perpetrators or victims or witnesses.👇🏽

Nute We cannot afford to wonder at the silence of voices and the inactions of human folk that allow horrific atrocities to happen. All narratives must be heard. All voices must be raised to honor lives lost, lives altered, lives subjected to inhumanity and injustices. Action against repetitive inhumane conduct is mandated. We can be a better people.👇🏽 1y
Nute Elie Wiesel‘s memories of the horror and brutality of the Holocaust leave no room for criticism. It is simply the truth of ugliness. It is the documentation of a human experience that is beyond painful, beyond profound, beyond disturbing, beyond evil. It is unbearable to read, to pull inside. But…it happened thus it deserves every telling, every examination. Please read. (edited) 1y
TrishB It is very moving. And I totally agree, we can be better people. 1y
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Cathythoughts 👍🏻❤️ 1y
vivastory Although I have read several books about WW2 & about the Holocaust, this is one of the gaps in my reading that I really do need to remedy soon. Update: Just purchased & plan on reading before the month is over. Thank you for posting about this! (edited) 1y
Trashcanman 🤗🤗 1y
carlthecattt Such a great book, we had to read it in high school and it was one that everybody enjoyed. 1y
Eggs Well stated @Nute 💔😢 1y
Nute @TrishB Yes, we can, my Friend!💕 1y
Nute @Cathythoughts Hello, Ms. Cathy!👋🏽 1y
Nute @vivastory Every story of the Holocaust is important, but I feel that I can say with a sense of urgency, ‘Don‘t miss this one!‘ I was happy to read the update to your post.🙂 I‘ll be checking you out, Scott, not so patiently waiting to read your review! 1y
Nute @Trashcanman Hi, George! How are you today? 1y
Nute @carlthecattt Agreed! An important book! I gained a broader and much deeper perspective of the horrors of the Holocaust. And the importance of never forgetting. Never! 1y
Nute @Eggs Thank you!💕 1y
vivastory I read it today. Such an immensely powerful work. I reviewed it on my feed. 1y
Nute @vivastory Oh, going there now. 1y
Trashcanman @Nute Hi Kimberley, I'm adjusting to new medicine and playing Uber driver to my wife and kids. There's no way I'm going into any stores today. I'm faking it well I think. How are you? 1y
Nute @Trashcanman I‘m doing well. I also elected to stay out of stores today so it has been a relatively relaxing time. I decided to do laundry instead of shopping. I‘m not sure if that‘s a winning situation, but at least it was quiet. You still had a hand in the mix, because the driving can be just as hectic as the shopping. My advice: Bypass parking and just drive around until they come out of the store.😅 Thankful for your friendship, George!🧡 1y
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Deblovestoread
Night | Elie Wiesel
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#BookReport

The romances got me through days where I wasn‘t concentrating on what I was reading/hearing. I do not know why I waited so long to read Night. Maybe reading WWII Fiction instead protected my heart a little bit. It is impossible for me to imagine what Elie experienced and I struggle to comprehend that the world allowed this to happen. I just know we can never let it happen again and I truly believe we were on that path no so long ago

Cinfhen Night is one of the only books I‘ve read multiple times and it breaks my heart EVERY TIME!!! In February 2020 I went on a Jewish Heritage Tour and visited Auschwitz, Birkenau and other concentration camps. To physically walk on the hallowed grounds, and see the bunkers, gas chambers & crematoriums was truly life changing. Scary how little our world has changed 😣 1y
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DinoMom
Night | Elie Wiesel
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Just going to read a few pages before bed … I should know better. Now I am invested and want to keep reading. I can‘t believe I haven‘t read this before now‘ thanks @ShelleyBooksie for leading me this. Although I blame you for the no sleep tonight! #readingpastmybestime

LeahBergen It‘s such an emotional read. ❤️ 1y
peanutnine It's definitely a gripping story! 1y
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DarkMina
Night | Elie Wiesel
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EadieB You‘re welcome! Thanks for playing! 1y
TheSpineView Happy Tuesday! 😀📖📙📚 1y
DarkMina @TheSpineView Same to you! 1y
mandarchy Thanks for the tag. I can't believe it's Tuesday! My vacation ended yesterday and I am in shock. 😂 1y
DarkMina @mandarchy You‘re welcome! Vacation always goes by fast. Hope you enjoyed yours! 1y
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Soubhiville
Night | Elie Wiesel
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So many great reviews have already been written about this short memoir. I will just add my 5⭐️ to all the others. I can understand why this would be part of school curriculums.

AlwaysForeverReading I love this book! 1y
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janerzy
Night | Elie Wiesel
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Must-Read! Never shall we forget……

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Rachel.Rencher
Night | Elie Wiesel
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Re-reading my anchor texts for the first time since I was in high school! School starts in a week! 🤩🤓

alisiakae those are 3 excellent books! 1y
Rachel.Rencher @4thhouseontheleft Can't wait to read them with my freshies this year! 1y
MsRadioSilence I read all of those sophomore year! I still have the Three Theban Plays (had to read them again in college - twice) and HoMS, which has all of my original annotations 1y
SaunteringVaguelyDownwards Night is the book I read in high school that had the biggest impact on me - I approve! 1y
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Blueberry
Night | Elie Wiesel
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💧💧💧

#nocturnal #quotsyJun21
@TK-421

TK-421 💔 2y
Cinfhen 💔💔 2y
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Cazxxx
Night | Elie Wiesel
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DarkMina
Night | Elie Wiesel
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#oppositeday #love

Day 4: Love

These three books are an example of how hate led to the deaths of millions in the Holocaust. I cried when I read them. Excellent books and a very inspirational man.

TheKidUpstairs ❤❤❤ 2y
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DHill
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I can‘t believe I didn‘t know this is the first book of a trilogy. So after this reread I will be following with Dawn and Day.

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KimberlyJuracich
Night | Elie Wiesel
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This book is gut wrenching and sad. But a book everyone needs to read and something we should never forget.

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ThisIsAvaRose
Night | Elie Wiesel
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This Holocaust Memorial Day, I am giving myself permission to mourn. To cry. To stop faking like I'm not upset by Holocaust jokes or dehumanizing language. We need to talk about it and learn about it even though it's painful. Not talking about it is killing us. It can't just be me.

TheBookHippie 🤍 I threw up when I saw the Auschwitz T-shirt at the capital. it‘s so frightening. 2y
ThisIsAvaRose @TheBookHippie I felt the same. Thanks. 2y
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NaomiO
Night | Elie Wiesel

“How does one mourn for 6 million people who died? How many candles does one light? How many prayers does one recite? Do we know how to remember the victims, their solitude, their hopelessness? They left us without a trace, and we are their trace.” - Elie Wiesel - Day of Remembrance 2001.

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Ksvz
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Jan 2021 - Nobel Prize / Holocaust - gut wrenching and wonderfully written. Short and expertly read. Timeless.

kspenmoll Timeless. 2y
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TheBookHippie
Night | Elie Wiesel
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CBee Reminds me of “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” ♥️ MLK Jr 2y
TheBookHippie @CBee 🤍🤍🤍 2y
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Sleepswithbooks
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1. I was super creative and put together my first and middle names so I wouldn‘t forget it.

2. I‘m thankful I didn‘t break my scale when I finally checked my weight this week....I‘ve been enjoying my snacks for the last four months too much 🐽

#ThankfulThursday @Cosmos_Moon
Tagging @timeisfleeting @Skygoddess1

Reggie Luckily I have lost it since going back to work but I did gain a quarantine seventeen(it rhymes kinda cute, huh?) so I totally feel you on that. 2y
Gissy 🤣 2y
timeisfleeting Thanks for tagging me. I made my name as a reminder to me how precious time is and how quickly it is gone.
I am thankful for my family and how blessed I am to have a home and good food. 🙂
2y
UwannaPublishme 🤣🤣🤣 2y
Nute I‘m laughing so much right now! Definitely WITH you because a very surprising thing happened while I was teleworking. Weight gain just sorta creeped up on me!😆 I almost didn‘t mind going back into the office in July just so that I could guarantee some mobility during the day and a loss of access to a nearby refrigerator!🤣 2y
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ErraticElle
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Emotionally, this is an incredibly hard book to read. It is short, but amazingly powerful & should be read by everyone. The writing is blunt & does not shy away from the uncomfortable, presenting a picture of concentration camp life that is harrowing & will put the reader at the same time both disgusted by and amazed by the human spirit. It is a reminder to be vigilant, to not be complacent, & to be watchful of the world around you.

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ShelleyBooksie
Night | Elie Wiesel
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Wow. This book will stay with me for a long time. So much is packed into this short story - it is heartbreaking.

rather_be_reading a book every single person shud reqd 2y
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Emily92Bibliophile
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Words cannot describe how powerful this book and his story is. Wiesel unashamedly shares his experience at Auschwitz, and the horror and trauma he endured within, and his battle to understand why God allows bad things to happen to good people. 💔I wish my private school would have made this required reading back when I was in HS.

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cherinium
Night | Elie Wiesel
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This was a reread for me, but I was probably 10 or 11 the first time. So, more than 30 years later, reading it through my adult eyes and life experiences, I'm glad I took another look. Wiesel's first hand testimony of his deportation to Auschwitz is even more powerful due to his sparse, simple prose.

#Booked2020 #bookaboutgenocide #Holocaust #Survivor #Nonfiction #ReadingEurope2020 #poland

@4thhouseontheleft @BarbaraTheBibliophage @Cinfhen

Librarybelle This is on my to read list. I really need to read this one. Such an important work. 3y
BarbaraTheBibliophage Yeah, I can‘t imagine grasping everything at such a young age. Which might be a good thing, honestly. 3y
Cinfhen This is the one book, I truly believe every human being on the planet needs to read 💔 3y
Smarkies I was going to read this as well for the prompt but decided against it because we had just started lockdowns here and I was not sure if I would be able to do the book justice. Will definitely try and pick it up again.. 3y
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TheRiehlDeal
Night | Elie Wiesel
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#ManicMonday #LetterN @JoScho

📖 Tagged! I have not read it yet.
👧 Celeste Ng
🎬 Nightcrawler. I heard it wasn't good, but then I watched it and it's one of my favorite movies.
🎸 Needtobreathe
🎤 No More Sorrow by Linkin Park

JoScho Thanks for playing 💜☺️ 3y
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Cinfhen
Night | Elie Wiesel
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#ManicMonday
#LetterN
📚Night
✒️Celeste Ng
🍿National Treasure
🎤Neon Trees
🎼Now That We Found Love https://open.spotify.com/track/1KONmY3enP3r3nIPQidWAy?si=fQfJc3kzRhObvzhhobHBqw

JoScho Thanks for playing 💜☺️ 3y
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Artifice
Night | Elie Wiesel
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Great read so far but definitely disturbing!

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Jovy
Night | Elie Wiesel
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A difficult book to read, but necessary. There are no frills here - just a matter of fact depiction of the horror and brutality that humans are capable of. Never forget, lest we repeat. Isn‘t it sad that this book is still so relevant today?

#Booked2020 #aboutgenocide
#PopSugar2020 A book with at least a four-star rating in Goodreads
#MMDChallenge A Book in Translation

Cinfhen I agree, this book will always be a gold standard reminder of what hate can produce 💔 3y
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