March 4, 2010

Oh Elie Wiesel, I love you and all of your work. But could you please write just one book that I didn’t have to reread every line of to understand? I gave up on The Time Uprooted for now. It’s too much for my overworked little psyche after reading The Judges. Butttt I did sneak a peek at the end and I liked this little guy:
“Someone should write the story of a man who has no story. It has neither beginning nor end; it is neither beautiful nor ugly, neither sad nor joyful- it’s just empty. Empty of life? Inconceivable. Nothing ever happens? Impossible. Since this man does exist, Death is waiting for him, so he must have a story, even if it is of no importance.”


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