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by Elie Wiesel

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Sample of Related History & Literature on Shmoop

  1. The Diary of Anne Frank
    Anne Frank, like Elie Wiesel, was a child of the Holocaust. With different outcomes and different paths to tragedy, it's worth taking a look at the two side-by-side.

  2. The Book Thief
    The Book Thief takes the Holocaust in a whole new direction. With Death himself as a character, The Book Thief allows students to explore this tragedy in a whole new way.