Fine in Fine jacket. Association Copy. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Inscribed by Author(s) Gray cloth, lettered in burgundy. [xi], 220 pp. As issued. Dust jacket price clipped, otherwise as issued. This copy is from the private research library of Roy and Alice Eckardt, faculty at Lehigh University, Bethlehem with whom Wiesel collaborated on several projects and who were primarily responsible for Lehigh's bestowing upon Wiesel his first honorary doctorate, in 1985, the year before he won the Nobel Prize (1986), with Roy's signature on front flyleaf.
Very Good with no dust jacket. 0819550302. 220 pages; Very Good/No Jacket. Ex-Library with stamps, spine label, no pocket. Attractive bright gray cloth boards with dark brown lettering. Just a bit of shelf rub to corner tips and spine tips. Solid binding and hinges. Boards are straight, tips are pointed, spine is square and pages are otherwise clean. Stated First Edition. From the Introduction: The Past four decades have been a time of unprecedented and ominous upheaval in Jewish life. Within this short span of time one-third of the Jewish people were killed, a Jewish state was founded, Jerusalem once again came under Jewish control, Soviet Jews experienced a resurgence of Jewish identity and self-consciousness, American Jewry proceeded further along the road to assimilation, and continued threats to the state of Israel once again proved its vulnerability and its dependence upon the good will of other nations. This work analyzes the changes in religious consciousnes experienced by one deeply sensitive participant in these events.
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