Elie Wiesel, messenger to mankind | Villages-News.com
Elie Wiesel was a Romanian-American Jewish writer, professor and the author of more than 50 books. He won the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to show the.
Speaking of Christ
The Austrian-born Fleischner, a Holocaust scholar and pioneer of relations between Catholics and Jews, reflected on Mr. Wiesel's relationship with the eminent French Catholic writer François Mauriac, who had written the preface to Night upon its ...
So many books, so little time
... while Library House regularly brings out translated works of classic literature, such F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, Carson McCullers' The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter, Captains Of The Sands by Brazilian modernist Jorge Amado, and Francois ...
Bill Leonard: Elie Wiesel: cutting and keeping
Ultimately, he encountered the renowned French Catholic writer Francois Mauriac who “spoke only of Jesus” during their lengthy conversation. Wiesel wrote, “When he said Jesus again I couldn't take it, and for the only time in my life I was ...