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Author(s): Wiesel, Elie
Editor: Wiesel (trans.), Marion
Translator: Wiesel, Marion
Lexile® Measure: 570
Page Length: 120 pgs
Copyright: 2006
Weight: 0.31 lbs.
Item Code: 301342
ISBN: 9780374500016
ISBN-10: 0374500010

The Holocaust is not only one of the most important events in the history of humanity, but also a critical topic for your classroom.  Elie Wiesel’s powerful memoir chronicling his time in the Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration camps helps students explore moral issues such as the danger of remaining silent in the face of oppression. Exploring themes like violence, racism, and anti-Semitism, this text teaches students about social responsibility while keeping alive Wiesel’s message to never forget those whose lives were lost.

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