"We must tell the next century: We are on the threshold. Don't go that way. Don't repeat the mistakes of the twentieth century, which Hanna Arendt called the most violent of all centuries. Don't repeat it. There was too much fanaticism, too much hatred, too much stupid racism. So much despair was caused by so many people. Don't do it again. Don't go that way again."
Night. New York: Hill & Wang, 1961.
All Rivers Run tothe Sea-Memoirs. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1995.
And the Sea Is Never Full, 1999.
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