[<< wikipedia] Elie Wiesel bibliography
This is a bibliography of the works of Elie Wiesel.


== Nonfiction ==
Portraits and Legends theological biography series


== Novels ==


== Collection of works ==
Legends of our Time (Holt, Rinehart and Winston 1968)(Artistically depicted memories)
Night/Dawn/Day (1985) (First memoir & first two novels)


== Cantatas ==
Ani Maamin (Random House 1973; subtitled "un chant perdu et retrouvé", music by Darius Milhaud, Op. 441, soprano, 4 reciters. chorus and orchestra)
A Song for Hope (1987; music by David Diamond, premiered New York June 10, 1987)


== Plays ==
Zalmen, or the Madness of God (Random House 1974)
The Trial of God (Random House 1979) (Play)


== Children's literature ==
The Golem (illustrated by Mark Podwal) (Summit 1983) ISBN 0-671-49624-7
King Solomon and his Magic Ring (illustrated by Mark Podwal) (Greenwillow 1999)


== Film adaptations ==
Elie Wiesel's novel L'Aube (Dawn) was adapted twice to the screen:

1985 by Miklós Jancsó. The French-Hungarian coproduction Dawn is starring Michael York, Philippe Léotard and Christine Boisson.
2014 by Romed Wyder. The Swiss-UK-German-Israeli coproduction Dawn is starring Jason Isaacs, Joel Basman and Sarah Adler.


== Additional contributions ==
"Foreword." In: Vishniac, Roman. A Vanished World. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1983. ISBN 0374520232. ISBN 978-0374520236.A documentary record of the lives of the Jews of Eastern Europe 1934-1939, with commentary by the photographer."Foreword." (pp. XXVII-XXVIII) In: Megargee, Geoffrey P. (ed). The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933-1945, Volume I: Early Camps, Youth Camps, and Concentration Camps and Subcamps under the SS-Business Administration Main Office (WVHA). Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press in association with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2009. doi:10.2307/j.ctt16gzb17.4.


== References ==


== External links ==
"Elie Wiesel on Rashi," Amazon.com video interview