Definition of Elie wiesel
1. Noun. United States writer (born in Romania) who survived Nazi concentration camps and is dedicated to keeping alive the memory of the Holocaust (born in 1928).
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Literary usage of Elie wiesel
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1. Religious Intolerance in Europe Today: Hearing Before the Commission on edited by Alfonse M. D'Amato (1999)
"So I'm going to refer to the words of elie wiesel when people ask why. ... elie wiesel says that "when human dignity is in jeopardy, national borders and ..."
2. Preventing Deadly Conflict edited by David A. Hamburg, Cyrus R. Vance (1998)
"Sources: Oscar Arias Sánchez, the Dalai Lama, Donald Gann, Gururaj Mutalik, Jose Ramos Horta, Susan Waltz, elie wiesel, and Betty Williams, "The Commission ..."
3. Literature Circles: Voice and Choice in Book Clubs and Reading Groups by Harvey Daniels (2002)
"... Gary Soto The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury The Miracle Worker by William Gibson Night by elie wiesel Number the Stars by Lois Lowry The Outsiders ..."
4. Inventing a Classroom: Life in a Bilingual, Whole Language Learning Community by Kathryn F. Whitmore, Caryl G. Crowell (1994)
"elie wiesel—Messenger from the Holocaust. Chicago: Children's Press. I Never Saw Another Butterfly . . . Children's Drawing and Poems from Terezin ..."
5. Internet Indecency: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and edited by John McCain (1998)
"Entitled "An Auschwitz Alphabet", it contains excerpts from works by Primo Levi, elie wiesel and Tadeusz Borowski, among other Auschwitz inmates. ..."
6. Finding Common Ground: A First Amendment Guide to Religion & Public Education edited by Charles Haynes (1997)
"... Trustee Metropolitan Theodosius, Orthodox Church of America Dr. John H. White, President, National Association of Evangelicals Professor elie wiesel, ..."
7. Human Rights Watch World Report 2005: The Events of 2004 by Human Rights Watch, Human Rights Watch (Organization (2005)
"... Michael Ignatieff, "the Universal Declaration of Human Rights has become the sacred text of what elie wiesel has called a 'worldwide secular religion. ..."