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The defendant is no help, proclaiming himself (as a philosophy student would), “not guilty but not innocent.” The critic’s obsession with the case (which doesn’t really commence until a third of the way through the novel) upsets his theater-loving wife, but it leads to all sorts of grand pronounc...| Read Full Review of The Sonderberg Case
The novel is told mostly via Yedidyah's personal reflections and each component of the story is so divorced from the nextâthere are no scenes, for instance, that show Yedidyah with more than one family member at a timeâthat it's difficult to assemble a larger view of his life.Jun 14 2010 | Read Full Review of The Sonderberg Case
The way the characters speak like they’re in a stilted one-act play might be interesting if the book drew parallels between Yedidyah’s work as a critic and the way he perceives the world (since most of the book is in first person, though Wiesel makes frequent, jarring, and apparently random shift...Sep 23 2010 | Read Full Review of The Sonderberg Case
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Sonderberg's plea — "guilty and not guilty" — irritates the judge and intrigues Wasserman, who can't forget something his grandfather told him: "When a man's life is at stake, it is not theater."Sep 05 2010 | Read Full Review of The Sonderberg Case
As Sonderberg’s trial moves along a path of dizzying yet revelatory twists and turns, Yedidyah begins to understand his own family’s hidden past and finally liberates himself from the shadow it has cast over his life.
With his signature elegance and thoughtfulness, Elie Wiesel has given us...
After more than 60 years, more than 50 books and a Nobel Peace Prize, Elie Wiesel is still struggling with what it means to be a Holocaust survivor.Aug 30 2010 | Read Full Review of The Sonderberg Case
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