Primo Levi: The Tragedy of an Optimist

Myriam Anissimov

Primo Levi is represented during this global virtually completely through his writings, and his public self--shy, clever, diffident--has lengthy hidden the real Levi. This significant biography delves deeply into the existence and brain of the arguable author, thinker, and Holocaust witness, exploring the advanced nature of a guy who felt misunderstood, yes that destiny generations could unavoidably disregard or even deny the Holocaust.

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