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En months in the German death camp a harrowing story of systematic cruelty and miraculous endurance Remarkable for its simplicity restraint compassion and even wit Survival in Auschwitz remains a lasting testament to the indestructibility of the human spir. Survival in Auschwitz A well written accessible testimony of day to day life in the Lager of Buna Monowitz Auschwitz from January 1944 until its liberation on 27 January 1945 The struggle with hunger cold tiredness and sickness becomes almost tangible while reading the many true stories which are absorbingly told The author's intelligent insightful thoughts on the dehumanization caused by this constant struggle and humiliation of the Jewish prisoners make this book a superior timeless and mandatory readWhile Elie Wiesel's Night fixates heavily on the struggle with faith Primo Levi's memoir felt universal because of its focus on humanity itself “Auschwitz is outside of us but it is all around us in the air The plague has died away but the infection still lingers and it would be foolish to deny it Rejection of human solidarity obtuse and cynical indifference to the suffering of others abdication of the intellect and of moral sense to the principle of authority and above all at the root of everything a sweeping tide of cowardice a colossal cowardice which masks itself as warring virtue love of country and faith in an idea”Don't miss out on this wonderful stirring book 1010

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Se uesto è un uomoThe true and harrowing account of Primo Levi’s experience at the German concentration camp of Auschwitz and his miraculous survival; hailed by The Times Literary Supplement as a “true work of art this edition includes an exclusive conversation between. This book is said to be one of the most important books ever written about Holocaust What I am referring here are not the history books but the first hand experiences written and narrated by the people who were there when the Holocaust happened Since I read a handful of these I can't disagree I even think that in some aspects this could be the MOST important of them allYou see Anne Frank wrote her diary at 13 while hiding in her house with her family so she was not able to include her harrowing experience in the concentration camp where she died The writing was innocent poignant and endearing but did not contain much Victor Klemperer wrote his 3 volume diary but a good bulk of it was his experience trying to elude the authorities as he had an Aryan wife so although he was asked to live in a ghetto he did not experience being in a concentration camp Imre Kertesz wrote his uasi autobiographical novel telling the concentration camp experience of a 15 yo boy Gyorgy George in Auschwitz but he disavowed the strong biographical connection of the book to his life even if he was 14 when he was sent with his family to the camp Last year I was teary eyed when I finished reading Elie Wiesel's since it was too emotional and the writing was haunting However Elie Wiesel was 16 during the Holocaust so he wrote from the perspective of a teenager What I mean is that given that the tragedy was all sad and harrowing we already knew the perspective of a child or a teenager from Anne Frank Kertesz and Wiesel so I thought I also would like to have the perspective of a grown up survivor This now is what Victor Frankl in his clinical book and Primo Levi in this book provideIn their books Victor Frankl and Primo Levi recounted WHAT THEY DID TO SURVIVE I thought that this could have only been possible to come from thinking adults who are expected to be less emotional and rational than most teenagersVictor Frankl says that to survive one has to hold on to the image of yourself stepping out of the camp and going back to your life prior to the concentration camp Everyday you think of yourself going back to your home job loved ones hobby etc These happy images are so powerful they will give you reason to hope and livePrimo Levi is comprehensive and to the point He says three 1 organization; 2 pity and 3 theft Levi survived using #1 as he was a summa cum laude chemistry graduate from Turin so he got lucky to be asked to work in the laboratory making synthetic rubber inside Auschwitz But in this book he gave examples of the prisoners who thrived using the other two or combinations or all the threeThat's the reason why I said that this could indeed be the MOST important book written about the Holocaust If it happens again God forbid you have the tips on how to survive Those tips come from first hand experiences of people who experienced them I mean well it is nice to cry and be sad after reading a book but it better to have something like a survival handbook too

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Se uesto è un uomo Download ¶ 102 Ã The true and harrowing account of Primo Levi’s experience at the German concentration camp of Auschwitz and his miraculous survival; hailed by The Times Literary Supplement as a “true work of art this edition includes an exclusive conversation between the author and Philip RothIn 1943 Primo Levi a twenty fThe author and Philip RothIn 1943 Primo Levi a twenty five year old chemist and “Italian citizen of Jewish race” was arrested by Italian fascists and deported from his native Turin to Auschwitz Survival in Auschwitz is Levi’s classic account of his t. There have been so many reviews written on Primo Levi’s “Survival in Auschwitz” that I have very little to add It has been said many a time that “Survival in Auschwitz” original title “If This is a Man” IS THE BEST OF ALL HOLOCAUST MEMOIRS and it may very well be Primo Levi not only tells about his horrific experience he also adds psychological and philosophical reflections which make this Holocaust memoir uniue I would like to endorse the following review found it to the point