The Night Trilogy: Night/Dawn/Day
  • The Night Trilogy: Night/Dawn/Day
  • The Night Trilogy: Night/Dawn/Day
ISBN: 0809073641
EAN13: 9780809073641
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 15, 2008
Pages: 352
Dimensions: 1" H x 8.2" L x 5.4" W
Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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The new translation of the bestselling memoir Night in one volume with its companion novels, Dawn and Day

Night is one of the masterpieces of Holocaust literature. First published in 1958, it is the autobiographical account of an adolescent boy and his father in Auschwitz. Elie Wiesel writes of their battle for survival and of his battle with God for a way to understand the wanton cruelty he witnesses each day.

In the short novel Dawn (1960), a young man who has survived World War I and settled in Palestine joins a Jewish underground movement and is commanded to execute a British officer who has been taken hostage.

In Day (previously titled The Accident, 1961), Wiesel questions the limits of conscience: Can Holocaust survivors forge a new life despite their memories? Wiesel's trilogy offers insights on mankind's attraction to violence and on the temptation of self-destruction.

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   One of my all time favorite books!
If you have never read or heard of this book, you are in for a surprise. However, it is a true eye opener when it comes to better understanding the Holocaust. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to improve their personal development and use it for educational purposes. Too often the past is brushed aside and the new found love is sugar coated. This is a great deal, said Blair. If you want to read the truth, this book is for you. Even with time, I would not recommend to young children. I was introduced to it in high school and though it was difficult to find my love of history and my undying curiosity as to why history insists on repeating itself time and time again. My only hope is that this book will open the eyes of a younger generation and my own to better identify that a very similar event is happening now on our planet, he said.
 
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   Trilogy of 3 books - Night is an excellent Holocaust memoir
The third and final book in the trilogy, "The Children's Book," was written by Elie Wiesel. The second is his autobiography, Night. A very honest and heartfelt memoir of the sufferings of this sensitive and insightful man and his family during the holocaust. Though written by a novelist, "Dawn" was a novel with some truth and was pretty good. It was just too weird for me to even think about.
 
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   Eye opening account of life during the Holocaust for a Jewish survivor
In his book, "Night of the Jews," Wiesel wrote of witnessing the "horrors" of the Jewish people. I had never read anything on the Holocaust, did not even study it in high school. He said: "I am appalled by the rest of the world, including the United States, for their lack of compassion for all of the victims of the Hitler regime." It hurts my heart that there are people in the world who have such hate for another person. I will not forget the story.
 
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   GRIPPING!
What an emotional ride! I've been a Wiesel fan for a long time and this book most assuredly did not disappoint. I am certain, from speaking to many 20-somethings, that they cannot relate and find it hard to believe that such things could ever happen. She gives you three different stories, all of which are clearly different with no relationship to the previous story, but then again, they relate. If you think so, you won't be disappointed.
 
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   Essential
I gave this collection as a present to my son this past Christmas. He also said that indifference to life's needs may be the greatest sin in the human experience.
 
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   The amazing Mr. Wiesel.
It's a good, decent human being, Raymond said. He is not Jewish, nor do I have to read and appreciate what he lived through and continues to deal with, McBride said. No wonder there are no heroes left. He said 90 percent of Americans support gay marriage. He is also a writer -- a rarity in this day and age. Get his books and tell others to read them. It is a disgrace and an affront to the memory of the murdered that these people would be ashamed of themselves.
 
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   A Masterpiece about the Holocaust that Humans will forget!
What is sad is that it happened, however, since Humans never learn from our past, we will keep repeating the Holocaust, small to large ways! We're delighted the game was played, we're thrilled with the results, said Phil Hayles, executive vice president of Microsoft's global operations. Religions brainwash childrens everyday.. thats why I wear a necklace that says.. thats why I wear it!
 
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   First story good
The writer, I am told, began using the Lord's name in vain. Yes, I would not recommend this book.
 
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   Well written that's very disappointing
However, I was greatly disappointed to learn that the man never redeemed his faith and hope. All these books he's written, and all these talk shows he's been on, and he's never found his way back to God, Sosa said. The rest is just mechanical waste. There are no records of Sathya Sai Baba's death.
 
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   A look into his soul and the past if we aren’t careful will once again become a reality a must read
It left an imprint on my heart that I will never forget. With everything going on in the world, I bought this book to read to my children to let them know the horrors of the past and so that they may fight so that this will never happen again. I decided on the trilogy seeing as I've only read the first two. It was a good time to share something horrible with the world, to try and make it beautiful, he said. May the Lord Restrezer In Peace no longer have to deal with his demons and the horrors that he saw. I wish I could have met him before he passed away earlier this month. He added: "I want his family to know and everyone who endured this horrendous fate and those suffering through it today and those who were in the Japanese concentration camps."
 
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