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The Light of Jerusalem - Assouline
The Light of Jerusalem - Assouline
The Light of Jerusalem - Assouline
The Light of Jerusalem - Assouline
The Light of Jerusalem - Assouline
The Light of Jerusalem - Assouline
The Light of Jerusalem - Assouline
The Light of Jerusalem - Assouline
The Light of Jerusalem - Assouline
The Light of Jerusalem - Assouline
The Light of Jerusalem - Assouline
The Light of Jerusalem - Assouline

The Light of Jerusalem -

€75,00

Assouline

9781614282082

13829548769302

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Description

Moving, dreamlike excerpts from Nobel Prize–winning writer and humanitarian Elie Wiesel’s acclaimed 1968 novel A Beggar in Jerusalem introduce this latest addition to Assouline’s The Light of collection. Showcasing Jean-Michel Berts’s textural black-and- white photographs taken on the cusp of daybreak, The Light Of Jerusalem captures the poignancy and the poetry of this ancient crossroads of civilizations and empires, bustling commerce, and devout spirituality. Jerusalem today is a multicultural metropolis, a complex layering of ancient and modern, religious and secular, political and spiritual, historic and timeless; this marvelous volume expresses the power and mystery of Jerusalem’s monuments, streets, gardens, and panoramas.

Details
  • 132 pages
  • 60 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in March 2014
  • W 10.62 x L 13 x D 0.78 in
  • Hardcover with Jacket
  • ISBN: 9781614282082
  • 1.814 kg
About the Author
Originally from Transylvania, Elie Wiesel was fifteen when his family was sent to Auschwitz. Later, Wiesel studied in Paris and became a journalist, authoring more than sixty books, fiction and non fiction. For his literary and human rights activities, he has received numerous awards including the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Grand-Croix in the French Legion of Honor. In 1986 Wiesel won the Nobel Prize for Peace, and soon after he and his wife, Marion, established The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity, an organization created to fight indifference, intolerance, and injustice.

The Light of Jerusalem - €75,00

Assouline

9781614282082

13829548769302

Description

Moving, dreamlike excerpts from Nobel Prize–winning writer and humanitarian Elie Wiesel’s acclaimed 1968 novel A Beggar in Jerusalem introduce this latest addition to Assouline’s The Light of collection. Showcasing Jean-Michel Berts’s textural black-and- white photographs taken on the cusp of daybreak, The Light Of Jerusalem captures the poignancy and the poetry of this ancient crossroads of civilizations and empires, bustling commerce, and devout spirituality. Jerusalem today is a multicultural metropolis, a complex layering of ancient and modern, religious and secular, political and spiritual, historic and timeless; this marvelous volume expresses the power and mystery of Jerusalem’s monuments, streets, gardens, and panoramas.

Details
  • 132 pages
  • 60 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in March 2014
  • W 10.62 x L 13 x D 0.78 in
  • Hardcover with Jacket
  • ISBN: 9781614282082
  • 1.814 kg
About the Author
Originally from Transylvania, Elie Wiesel was fifteen when his family was sent to Auschwitz. Later, Wiesel studied in Paris and became a journalist, authoring more than sixty books, fiction and non fiction. For his literary and human rights activities, he has received numerous awards including the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Grand-Croix in the French Legion of Honor. In 1986 Wiesel won the Nobel Prize for Peace, and soon after he and his wife, Marion, established The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity, an organization created to fight indifference, intolerance, and injustice.

Description

Details

About the Author

Moving, dreamlike excerpts from Nobel Prize–winning writer and humanitarian Elie Wiesel’s acclaimed 1968 novel A Beggar in Jerusalem introduce this latest addition to Assouline’s The Light of collection. Showcasing Jean-Michel Berts’s textural black-and- white photographs taken on the cusp of daybreak, The Light Of Jerusalem captures the poignancy and the poetry of this ancient crossroads of civilizations and empires, bustling commerce, and devout spirituality. Jerusalem today is a multicultural metropolis, a complex layering of ancient and modern, religious and secular, political and spiritual, historic and timeless; this marvelous volume expresses the power and mystery of Jerusalem’s monuments, streets, gardens, and panoramas.

  • 132 pages
  • 60 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in March 2014
  • W 10.62 x L 13 x D 0.78 in
  • Hardcover with Jacket
  • ISBN: 9781614282082
  • 1.814 kg
Originally from Transylvania, Elie Wiesel was fifteen when his family was sent to Auschwitz. Later, Wiesel studied in Paris and became a journalist, authoring more than sixty books, fiction and non fiction. For his literary and human rights activities, he has received numerous awards including the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Grand-Croix in the French Legion of Honor. In 1986 Wiesel won the Nobel Prize for Peace, and soon after he and his wife, Marion, established The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity, an organization created to fight indifference, intolerance, and injustice.

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Free economy shipping in Europe on 100€+ orders - Ships same day if order placed before 2pm