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In Elie Wiesel's Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech, he explains his reason for having written his autobiography.

Considering the passage below, choose the answer that BEST details that reason.

"Do I have the right to represent the multitudes who have perished? . . . I have tried to keep the memory alive, that I have tried to fight those who would forget. Because if we forget, we are guilty, we are accomplices."


He is not worthy to speak for the many who have died.


His narrative is the only reason the world has not forgotten the Holocaust.


He is trying to alleviate his guilt for surviving by speaking of the suffering.


By keeping the memory of the Holocaust alive, he is calling the world to act responsibly.


He is struggling to defeat those who say the Holocaust never happened.

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