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Review of ‘The Sonderberg Case’

Elie Wiesel’s new work, The Sonderberg Case, is a terse philosophical novel that explores issues of identity, memory and personal responsibility in the shadow of the Holocaust, subjects to which the Nobel Prize-winning author has returned time and again in his distinguished literary career.

Yedidyah Wasserman, Wiesel’s protagonist, is a failed actor and theater critic…

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