Elie Wiesel

This paper presents an in-depth study of the works of Elie Wiesel, novels of the Nazi death camps: Existentialism, Jewishness, God-people relationship, war and semi-autobiographical aspects.

Other countries, including Slovakia and the Czech Republic, have taken similar actions and are addressing the issue of property stolen from their Jewish population during World War II. Poland has begun to face atrocities committed in that country against Jews in World War II as well. Wiesel can rightly be credited with helping bring some of these changes about because of his tireless efforts to expose to the world what really happened during the Holocaust.