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message 1: by K.D. (new)

K.D. Absolutely I will have to read this soon. I did not know that I already have two copies in my possession. I bought the 2nd one not knowing that I already have a copy. Thanks for reminding me of this book.


message 2: by Teresa (new)

Teresa K.D. wrote: "I will have to read this soon. I did not know that I already have two copies in my possession. I bought the 2nd one not knowing that I already have a copy. Thanks for reminding me of this book."

It will take you no time at all to read it.


message 3: by Cynthia (new)

Cynthia "...Wiesel himself says in this book's introduction that he imagined what might've happened if he'd been recruited after his Holocaust experiences to become a terrorist in Palestine."

Shiver Sadly, that almost makes sense.


message 4: by Teresa (new)

Teresa Cynthia wrote: ""...Wiesel himself says in this book's introduction that he imagined what might've happened if he'd been recruited after his Holocaust experiences to become a terrorist in Palestine."

Shiver Sadl..."


Yes, it is sad and the story does make sense in a very unfortunate kind of way.


message 5: by Michael (new)

Michael Just looking at an array of reviews yours stands out for identifying "mystical elements." Also you stand out as among the only 10% who rendered 3 stars (a B+ grade in my scheme). So many gave high marks it seems for showing how cultural trauma begets more extreme actions, and almost as many one or two stars for missing literary merit.


message 6: by Teresa (new)

Teresa This was a few years ago, but I'm guessing my lack of more stars was due to a slight lack of literary merit: that's usually what it means for me.


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