Posts Tagged: Elie Wiesel
When I began to write, it was to tell other survivors to write. All we have is words.
The Atlantic recounts the extraordinary life and legacy of Elie Wiesel—Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize laureate—in a loving tribute....more
0) The beginning of all this, maybe. This woman who insists I could have loved anybody. We saw the Atlantic from Normandy. We saw the Pacific from San Francisco. This is not “my love is like an ocean.” We’d been through that already....more
When eighty-two-year-old Elie Wiesel was told he needed emergency heart surgery he was surprised rather than afraid....more