Night

References

  1. ^ For 178 pages, Elie Wiesel, All Rivers Run to the Sea, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 2010 [1995], p. 319; Annette Wieviorka, The Era of the Witness, Cornell University Press, 2006, p. 34.
  2. ^ Elie Wiesel, Night, Bantam Books, 1982, pp. 101, 105; Ellen S. Fine, Legacy of Night: The Literary Universe of Elie Wiesel, State University of New York Press, 1982, p. 7.
  3. ^ Wiesel 2010 [1995], p. 319; Ruth Franklin, A Thousand Darknesses: Lies and Truth in Holocaust Fiction, Oxford University Press, 2011, p. 73.
  4. ^ Ruth Franklin, "A Thousand Darknesses", The New Republic, 23 March 2006; "Elie Wiesel", Academy of Achievement, 29 June 1996.
  5. ^ Sanford V. Sternlicht, Student Companion to Elie Wiesel, Greenwood Publishing Group, 2003, p. 29; for the quote, Morton A. Reichek, "Elie Wiesel: Out of the Night," Present Tense, Spring 1976, p. 46, cited in Fine 1982.
  6. ^ Fine 1982, p. 13.
  7. ^ Randolph Braham, The Politics of Genocide: The Holocaust in Hungary, Wayne State University Press, 2000 [1981], p. 102.
  8. ^ Braham 2000, p. 101.
  9. ^ Braham 2000, p. 135.
  10. ^ Michael Berenbaum, "Foreword," in Randolph L. Braham, Scott Miller (eds.), The Nazis' Last Victims: The Holocaust in Hungary, Wayne State University Press, 2002, p. 9.
  11. ^ "Transylvania", Yad Vashem.
  12. ^ "The Auschwitz Album", Yad Vashem.
  13. ^ a b c Fine 1982, p. 5.
  14. ^ a b Night 1982, p. 17.
  15. ^ Sternlicht 2003, p.  30; Fine 1982, p. 13.
  16. ^ Night 1982, p. 9.
  17. ^ Night 1982, pp. 9–10.
  18. ^ Night 1982, pp. 14–15.
  19. ^ Night 1982, p. 27.
  20. ^ Night 1982, p. 34.
  21. ^ Fine 1982, pp. 15–16.
  22. ^ "The Auschwitz Album", Yad Vashem.
  23. ^ Night 1982, p. 32.
  24. ^ Night 1982, p. 34; Fine 1982, pp. 15–16.
  25. ^ Night 1982, p. 50.
  26. ^ Night 1982, p. 61.
  27. ^ Night 1982, pp. 61–62.
  28. ^ Fine 1982, p. 28, citing Alfred Kazin, Contemporaries, Little, Brown & Co, 1962, p. 297.
  29. ^ Night 1998, p. 64; Franklin 2011, p. 80.
  30. ^ Night 1982, p. 81.
  31. ^ Night 1982, p. 86.
  32. ^ Night 1982, p. 87.
  33. ^ Night 1982, p. 94.
  34. ^ a b Night 1982, p. 100.
  35. ^ Night 1982, p. 101.
  36. ^ Night 1982, pp. 102–105.
  37. ^ Night 1982, p. 105.
  38. ^ Night 1982, pp. 107–109.
  39. ^ Elie Wiesel, "An Interview Unlike Any Other", 1979, in A Jew Today, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 2010, p. 23.
  40. ^ a b c "Elie Wiesel", interview with Wiesel, Academy of Achievement, 29 June 1996.
  41. ^ Wiesel 2010 [1995], pp. 240, 319.
  42. ^ Wiesel 2010 [1995], p. 241.
  43. ^ Naomi Seidman, Faithful Renderings: Jewish-Christian Difference and the Politics of Translation, University of Chicago Press, 2010, p. 312, n. 69.

    Wiesel 2010 [1995], p. 241: "As we talked, Turkov noticed my manuscript, from which I was never separated. ... It was my only copy, but Turkov assured me that it would be safe with him."

    p. 277: "In December I received from Buenos Aires the first copy of my Yiddish testimony, And the World Stayed Silent, which I had finished on the boat to Brazil. The singer Yehudit Moretzka and her editor friend Mark Turkov had kept their word – except that they never did send back the manuscript."

    p. 319: "I had cut down the original manuscript from 862 pages to the 245 of the published Yiddish edition."

  44. ^ Alan Rosen, "Elie Wiesel," in S. Lillian Kremer (ed.), Holocaust Literature: An Encyclopedia of Writers and Their Work, Volume III, Taylor & Francis, 2002, pp. 1315–1316.
  45. ^ Ruth R. Wisse, The Modern Jewish Canon: A Journey Through Language and Culture, University of Chicago Press, 2003, pp. 212–213.
  46. ^ Wiesel 2010 [1995], pp. 319, 333.
  47. ^ Gary Weissman, Fantasies of Witnessing: Postwar Efforts to Experience the Holocaust, Cornell University Press, 2004, p. 65.
  48. ^ Wiesel 2010 [1995], p. 325; Gertrude Samuels, "When Evil Closed in: Night", The New York Times, 13 November 1960.
  49. ^ "Winfrey selects Wiesel's 'Night' for book club", Associated Press, 16 January 2006.
  50. ^ Weissman 2004, p. 65; Franklin 2011, p. 69.
  51. ^ Franklin 2011, p. 71.

    Carol Memmott, "Oprah picks 'Night'", USA Today, 16 January 2006.

  52. ^ Jason Boog, "Oprah Winfrey Closes Her TV Book Club", GalleyCat, 23 May 2011.
  53. ^ Edward Wyatt, "The Translation of Wiesel's 'Night' Is New, but Old Questions Are Raised", The New York Times, 19 January 2006.
  54. ^ Weissman 2004, pp. 65–67.
  55. ^ Fine 1982, p. 7.
  56. ^ Wiesel 2010 [1995], p. 79.
  57. ^ Franklin 2011, p. 71; Franklin 2006.
  58. ^ Franklin 2011, p. 16.
  59. ^ Lawrence L. Langer, "The Dominion of Death," in Harold Bloom (ed.), Elie Wiesel's Night, Infobase Publishing, 2001, p. 16.
  60. ^ Franklin 2011, p. 82.
  61. ^ Naomi Seidman, "Elie Wiesel and the Scandal of Jewish Rage", Jewish Social Studies, New Series, 3(1), Autumn 1996, pp. 1–19.; for interview with Seidman, see Peter Manseau, "Revising Night: Elie Wiesel and the Hazards of Holocaust Theology", Killing the Buddha, April 2001.
  62. ^ Seidman 1996, p. 6.

    Mark Roseman, "Holocaust Perpetrators in Victims' Eyes," in Christian Wiese, Paul Betts (eds.), Years of Persecution, Years of Extermination, Bloomsbury Publishing, 2010, p. 89.

  63. ^ Franklin 2011, pp. 71, 73.
  64. ^ Elie Wiesel, Legends of Our Time, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 2011 [1967], p. viii.

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