"Survival in Auschwitz" by Primo Levi Analytical Essay by The Research Group

"Survival in Auschwitz" by Primo Levi
Experience of Italian chemist in death camp. His search for truth, freedom & self-knowledge. Survival. Brief overview of Naziism.
# 10483 | 1,800 words | 2 sources | 2001 | US
Published on May 12, 2003 in History (European) , English (Analysis) , Holocaust Studies (General)


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"The harrowing experience of Primo Levi, detailed in his book Survival in Auschwitz, was the experience of millions of people in World War II. The book is powerful and affecting, and it also serves as a very strong portrayal of the entire era of which the Holocaust is a part. This book presents the real effects of history, not the changes in leadership and the movements of armies but the changes in the lives of real individuals who become the victims of other people's hatreds an ambitions. No single book can be considered a complete history of the "final solution" or its aftermath, but a book such as this one provides strong insights into the effect such horrors had on the people against whom the Final Solution was directed. As we consider what Levi has to say about that era and his description of what was done to himself and others, we will.."

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