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The Resource Against silence : the voice and vision of Elie Wiesel, selected and edited by Irving Abrahamson

Against silence : the voice and vision of Elie Wiesel, selected and edited by Irving Abrahamson

Label
Against silence : the voice and vision of Elie Wiesel
Title
Against silence
Title remainder
the voice and vision of Elie Wiesel
Statement of responsibility
selected and edited by Irving Abrahamson
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Additional physical form
Also issued online.
Cataloging source
NJS
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1928-2016
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Wiesel, Elie
Dewey number
  • 296
  • 940.5318
Index
index present
LC call number
DS135.E83
LC item number
W54 1985
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
000082865
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1925-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Abrahamson, Irving
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
  • Jews
  • Jews
  • Jews
  • Jews
Label
Against silence : the voice and vision of Elie Wiesel, selected and edited by Irving Abrahamson
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
Bibliography note
"Complete bibliography" [of Wiesel's works]: v. 3, p. [337]-372
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Ch. 12. Television Scripts -- The Itinerary of Elie Wiesel: From Sighet to Jerusalem -- Elie Wiesel's Jerusalem -- Ch. 13. A Drama -- A Black Canopy A Black Sky -- Ch. 14. Stories -- The Sermon at Hell's Gate -- A Hanukkah Story -- The Owner -- Moshe the Water Carrier -- A Spark of Holiness -- Do Not Be Afraid, My Servant Jacob -- The Haunted House -- The Last Maggid -- The Price of Courage -- Bringing the Messiah -- The Reporter -- The Interview -- The New Law -- Appearance and Reality -- The Story of a Story -- The Forger -- Jeremiah's Lesson -- Miami: Distant Echoes -- Ch. 15. The Books: Genesis and Commentary -- Night -- The Deportation -- The End and the Beginning -- The Call to Life -- The Gates of the Forest -- A Simple Dialogue -- The Jews of Silence -- The Song of Russian Jewry -- Legends of Our Time -- The Tale of the Tale -- Mordecai Shoshani -- A Beggar in Jerusalem -- Letter to the Publisher -- The Madmen of Sighet -- Encounter with Jerusalem -- The Adventure of Jerusalem -- One Generation After -- Letter to James H. Silberman -- Souls on Fire -- The Oath -- Letter to James H. Silberman -- The Baal Shem Tov -- Levi Yitzhak of Berditchev -- Back to the Source -- Israel of Rizhin -- Menahem Mendel of Kotzk -- Letter to James H. Silberman -- A Kingdom of Fire -- Ani Maamin -- Letter to James H. Silberman -- Question and Quest -- Zalmen, or The Madness of God -- My Song of Songs -- A Tale of Defiance -- The Story of Zalmen -- Messengers of God -- Messengers through Time -- Whose Messengers Are We? -- The Jew and the Human Condition -- A Jew Today -- A Jew Today and Its Author -- Encounter with Christianity -- The Trial of God -- The Story of The Trial of God -- The Testament -- Letter to James H. Silbennan -- Words Are the Link -- The Story of The Testament -- Origins of The Testament -- Paltiel Kossover's Search -- The Mark -- The Watchman and the Poet -- Against God and Man -- Ch. 16. Open Letters -- An Open Letter to Parents Everywhere -- An Open Letter to President Giscard d'Estaing of France -- A Response to a Letter from the Falashas -- To a Jewish Friend in France -- To Our Falasha Brothers and Sisters -- Ch. 17. Jewish History and World History -- The Tale of Arab Jewry -- The Impenetrable Shield -- It Ends with Others -- Mankind Is the Target -- The Victims of Injustice Must Be Cared For -- This Is History -- Ch. 18. President's Commission on the Holocaust -- A Quest for Memory and Justice -- The Holocaust: Beginning or End? -- Against Extrapolation -- To Deepen Memory -- Plea for the Boat People -- For the Sake of History and Justice -- The Focus Is Memory -- Presentation of the Report of the President's Commission on the Holocaust to the President of the United States -- Ch. 19. United States Holocaust -- Memorial Council -- Man's Right to Be Remembered -- Setting Precedent for History -- Remarks on Anti-Semitism and on the Revisionists -- Remembering the Holocaust -- To the Liberators of the Camps -- Meeting Again -- Why We Teach -- The Temple of Fire -- What Will Remain -- Thank You, the American People -- Protest against Iran -- We Must Remember -- Ch. 20: Explorations and Explanations -- The Key to the Mystery -- A Writer's Fears -- Golda at 75 -- Beyond Survival -- The Lesson of Auschwitz -- Giving and Receiving -- A Small Measure of Victory -- The Silence between Question and Answer -- Questions arid Answers: At the University of Oregon, 1975 -- Inner Geography and Outer -- A High Point in History -- Being an American -- Out of the Night -- Questions and Answers: At Willamette University, 1977 -- Questions and Answers: At Brandeis-Bardin, 1978 -- Questions and Answers: At Washington University, 1978 -- The Great Adventure -- In Spite of Everything -- Writer Sums Up His Message: Life Is Destructible, More Evil Than Good -- Before the End of History -- and After -- My Father's Tallis -- Ch. 21. Quotes and Comments -- Autobiographical -- The Creative Act: AuthorThe Creative Act: Subject -- The Creative Act: Audience -- The Creative Act: Technique -- Youth and His Students -- Against Despair -- Questions and AnswersSuffering -- Christianity -- Jewish Resistance -- Judaism -- Jewish Identity -- The Universality of the Jew -- God -- The Holocaust -- Israel -- Soviet Jewry
Control code
ocm12704492
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
3 volumes
Isbn
9780805250497
Lccn
85060614
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)12704492
Label
Against silence : the voice and vision of Elie Wiesel, selected and edited by Irving Abrahamson
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
Bibliography note
"Complete bibliography" [of Wiesel's works]: v. 3, p. [337]-372
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Ch. 12. Television Scripts -- The Itinerary of Elie Wiesel: From Sighet to Jerusalem -- Elie Wiesel's Jerusalem -- Ch. 13. A Drama -- A Black Canopy A Black Sky -- Ch. 14. Stories -- The Sermon at Hell's Gate -- A Hanukkah Story -- The Owner -- Moshe the Water Carrier -- A Spark of Holiness -- Do Not Be Afraid, My Servant Jacob -- The Haunted House -- The Last Maggid -- The Price of Courage -- Bringing the Messiah -- The Reporter -- The Interview -- The New Law -- Appearance and Reality -- The Story of a Story -- The Forger -- Jeremiah's Lesson -- Miami: Distant Echoes -- Ch. 15. The Books: Genesis and Commentary -- Night -- The Deportation -- The End and the Beginning -- The Call to Life -- The Gates of the Forest -- A Simple Dialogue -- The Jews of Silence -- The Song of Russian Jewry -- Legends of Our Time -- The Tale of the Tale -- Mordecai Shoshani -- A Beggar in Jerusalem -- Letter to the Publisher -- The Madmen of Sighet -- Encounter with Jerusalem -- The Adventure of Jerusalem -- One Generation After -- Letter to James H. Silberman -- Souls on Fire -- The Oath -- Letter to James H. Silberman -- The Baal Shem Tov -- Levi Yitzhak of Berditchev -- Back to the Source -- Israel of Rizhin -- Menahem Mendel of Kotzk -- Letter to James H. Silberman -- A Kingdom of Fire -- Ani Maamin -- Letter to James H. Silberman -- Question and Quest -- Zalmen, or The Madness of God -- My Song of Songs -- A Tale of Defiance -- The Story of Zalmen -- Messengers of God -- Messengers through Time -- Whose Messengers Are We? -- The Jew and the Human Condition -- A Jew Today -- A Jew Today and Its Author -- Encounter with Christianity -- The Trial of God -- The Story of The Trial of God -- The Testament -- Letter to James H. Silbennan -- Words Are the Link -- The Story of The Testament -- Origins of The Testament -- Paltiel Kossover's Search -- The Mark -- The Watchman and the Poet -- Against God and Man -- Ch. 16. Open Letters -- An Open Letter to Parents Everywhere -- An Open Letter to President Giscard d'Estaing of France -- A Response to a Letter from the Falashas -- To a Jewish Friend in France -- To Our Falasha Brothers and Sisters -- Ch. 17. Jewish History and World History -- The Tale of Arab Jewry -- The Impenetrable Shield -- It Ends with Others -- Mankind Is the Target -- The Victims of Injustice Must Be Cared For -- This Is History -- Ch. 18. President's Commission on the Holocaust -- A Quest for Memory and Justice -- The Holocaust: Beginning or End? -- Against Extrapolation -- To Deepen Memory -- Plea for the Boat People -- For the Sake of History and Justice -- The Focus Is Memory -- Presentation of the Report of the President's Commission on the Holocaust to the President of the United States -- Ch. 19. United States Holocaust -- Memorial Council -- Man's Right to Be Remembered -- Setting Precedent for History -- Remarks on Anti-Semitism and on the Revisionists -- Remembering the Holocaust -- To the Liberators of the Camps -- Meeting Again -- Why We Teach -- The Temple of Fire -- What Will Remain -- Thank You, the American People -- Protest against Iran -- We Must Remember -- Ch. 20: Explorations and Explanations -- The Key to the Mystery -- A Writer's Fears -- Golda at 75 -- Beyond Survival -- The Lesson of Auschwitz -- Giving and Receiving -- A Small Measure of Victory -- The Silence between Question and Answer -- Questions arid Answers: At the University of Oregon, 1975 -- Inner Geography and Outer -- A High Point in History -- Being an American -- Out of the Night -- Questions and Answers: At Willamette University, 1977 -- Questions and Answers: At Brandeis-Bardin, 1978 -- Questions and Answers: At Washington University, 1978 -- The Great Adventure -- In Spite of Everything -- Writer Sums Up His Message: Life Is Destructible, More Evil Than Good -- Before the End of History -- and After -- My Father's Tallis -- Ch. 21. Quotes and Comments -- Autobiographical -- The Creative Act: AuthorThe Creative Act: Subject -- The Creative Act: Audience -- The Creative Act: Technique -- Youth and His Students -- Against Despair -- Questions and AnswersSuffering -- Christianity -- Jewish Resistance -- Judaism -- Jewish Identity -- The Universality of the Jew -- God -- The Holocaust -- Israel -- Soviet Jewry
Control code
ocm12704492
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
3 volumes
Isbn
9780805250497
Lccn
85060614
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)12704492

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