Night is Elie Wiesel's masterpiece, a straightforward and deeply disturbing autobiographical account of how he survived the Nazi death camps as a teenager.

Read an Excerpt
This book is an experience that will change you forever. Start the gripping introduction to Elie Wiesel's Night.

Elie Wiesel and OprahOprah and Elie Wiesel Travel to Auschwitz
On a cold day in January—almost exactly 61 years after he left the death camp—Elie Wiesel returns with Oprah to Auschwitz. See what remains. We will not forget.

Elie Wiesel and his wife About Elie Wiesel
He is an author, a scholar and a Holocaust survivor. Find out what happened to him after the war ended—and what encouraged him to break his self-imposed silence to write this book.

Glossary Night Glossary 
A guide to words, ideas and phrases in Night developed in collaboration with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Hill and Wang, the publisher of Night

Teachers' guide Teacher's Guide 
Guide your students through this book's narrative and historical impact while giving them the tools to begin asking the important questions themselves. 

Reading questions Reading Questions for Every Age
Whether you're talking about Night with your family, in the classroom, in your book club or online, use these reading questions to help you get the most out of your discussions. 

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Photo: Elie and Marion Wiesel by Sergey Bermeniev  


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