Night (book)

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Author Elie Wiesel
Original title [La Nuit] error: {{lang}}: text has italic markup (help)
Translator Stella Rodway (for MacGibbon & Kee, 1960)
Marion Wiesel (for Hill & Wang 2006, Oprah Book Club)
Subject The Holocaust
Genre Memoir, novel
Published 1956: longer version published in Buenos Aires in Yiddish by Mark Turkov, as Un di Velt Hot Geshvign
1958: in Paris by Les Editions de Minuit as La Nuit
1960: in New York by Hill & Wang, and in London by MacGibbon & Kee, as Night
Pages 116 (1960)
ISBN [[Special:BookSources/ISBN+0-553-27253-5+%28Bantam+Books%2C+1982%29%3Cbr%2F%3E+ISBN+0-374-50001-0+%28Hill+%26+Wang%2FOprah+Book+Club+paperback%2C+2006%29 |ISBN 0-553-27253-5 (Bantam Books, 1982)
ISBN 0-374-50001-0 (Hill & Wang/Oprah Book Club paperback, 2006)]] Parameter error in {{isbn}}: Invalid ISBN.
Followed by Dawn, Day

Night is a memoir by Nobel Peace Prize-winning author Elie Wiesel. It was published in 1982 in Yiddish, French, and English. The story is about Wiesel's survival and struggle during the Holocaust. The soup consumed by Wiesel was described as "[tasting] of death" in a memorable quote.