The subtitle of her book, The Literary Universe Of Elie Wiesel
, is even more apt today as a way of describing Wiesel's fiction than it was on publication.
Fantini attended the Conference of Tomorrow's Leaders held in Boston earlier this month, sponsored by the Elie Wiesel
Foundation for Humanity.
553) -- namely, after his marriage to Marion at age forty -- Elie Wiesel
was in 1969 on the brink of celebrity.
I am reminded of a story told by Elie Wiesel
, the concentration camp survivor who eventually won the Nobel Peace Prize.
But as Elie Wiesel
said in his Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech, "we must always take sides.
, Nobel Laureate for Peace, remarked about what the Conference is attempting to do.
In addition to my interview with Elie Wiesel
, there's Martin Indyk's perceptive review of a new biography on the reclusive Menachem Begin, Alan Stone on Franz Kafka's psycho-sexuality, and Erica Wagner on Elisabeth de Waal's bold World War II novel The Exiles Return.
com for links to these articles and to watch An Independent Voice, a new film about Moment that features interviews with co-founders Leonard Fein and Elie Wiesel
, former editor Hershel Shanks, editor and publisher Nadine Epstein and many others.
, The Trial of God (as it wax held on February 25, 1649, in Shamgorod), A Play in Three Acts.
Nobel Prize winning author Elie Wiesel
has urged UN judges to consider 'the pain and suffering of all the victims' of Bosnia's war when they consider the sentence for the most senior politician to admit to war crimes.
She them wrote: ``As we learned in the Nazi era, and as Elie Wiesel
so eloquently stated, 'All that is necessary for evil to prevail is for good men to remain silent.
With the publication of La nuit in 1958, Elie Wiesel
established himself as the bard of Jewish suffering.