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Sharon Hi. I think you're talking about the book called Night. It's his most famous one. It's really worth reading. Good to hear from you, Girl.

Meghan What is the book called that's about the holocaust by Elie Wiesel? I think that's who wrote it. You did a couple of seminars on it, and although I'm still not sure if I want to read it or not, I want to recommend it to someone. I noticed there are lots of books by him, so I don't know which you read.

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