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For the past week, i have been reading a book about the holocaust called “night” by elie weisel although many of you may already have read. Night, elie wiesel's searing holocaust memoir, has been re-released in a special memorial edition, honoring the nobel peace prize-winning. Review a slim volume of terrifying power (the new york times) through his eyes, we witness the depths of both human cruelty and human grace―and we're .
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