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A Mad Desire to Dance by Elie Wiesel
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Sep 29, 09

bookshelves: xxx50-books-in-2009, xxx2009fall-challenge, fiction, historical-fiction
Read in September, 2009

The interaction between the survivor of multiple tragedies and his psychoanalyst is remarkable. The ending of course makes the book come together after you had given up on expecting any cohesive finale. All Holocaust tales are painful, but this one is rich with other subtleties.
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