And the Sea is Never Full is the second half of Elie Wiesel's memoirs, covering 1969 through the present (mid-1990s). He discusses his role in political arenas, including President Carter's U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council, President Reagan and the Bitburg affair, and his struggle on behalf of Soviet Jewry. His experiences of writing, speaking, family life, and the Nobel Prize are also discussed. Perhaps less personally-centered than All Rivers Run to the Sea_ the second volume of Wiesel's memoirs is no less thought provoking.
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