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Ancora, eloquente e il recentissimo Massimo Giuliani per l'attenzione al rapporto fra la memoria in Primo Levi e il Canto di Ulisse.
Additionally, some of the best-known Holocaust authors have written specifically on the Auschwitz experience: Viktor Frankl, man's search for meaning (1946); anne frank, diary of a young Girl (1947); Primo Levi, If This Is a Man (1947); Elie Wiesel, Night (1960); Corrie Ten Boom, The Hiding Place (1971), to name a few.
GABRIEL MOTOLA has published reviews and essays in such journals as The New York Times, American Scholar, The Nation, and Sewanee Review on such authors as Primo Levi, Norman Manea, and Ida Fink.
There's Richard Wilson - he's a great friend and directed me in a one-man play called Primo about Primo Levi, who's also in here.
La malefica organizzazione del Lager, vista da Primo Levi come conseguenza della retrocessione dell'umano al fondo dell'istinto, si configura come punto di non ritorno per una scrittura tesa a "rinsaldare i confini su cui fa pressione l'animalita, cioe l'irrazionale che sta fuori e dentro di noi.
Drowned and the Saved by Primo Levi, Speak, Memory by Nabokov and
He says that despite having just finished a tour of Primo, the self-titled theatre production based on the memoirs of famous Holocaust survivor Primo Levi, filming this drama took his breath away.
40pm) stars Anthony Sher in a drama based on the National Theatre's account of the life of former Auschwitz captive Primo Levi.
These include a number of Europeans: Italo Svevo, Stefan Zweig, Primo Levi, Joseph Roth, Sybille Bedford, Penelope Fitzgerald.
London-based Forbes has an unusual background for a popular science writer: he's the editor of a book on 20th-century poetry, has translated work by Primo Levi, and was editor of Poetry Review from 1986 to 2002.
lt;/pre> <p>RECALL the magical way in which Primo Levi, going with Pikolo to get a pot of soup a kilometre away from Auschwitz, recited and translated for his Alsatian friend the wonderful passage (also commented on by Mandelstam in his Conversations about Dante) from Canto XXVI of the Inferno in which Ulysses ventures beyond the Pillars of Hercules, inviting his companions and readers, and the prisoners, to recognize that fatti non foste a viver come bruti: "you were not made to live like brutes.
In The Drowned and the Saved, a reflection on life in a concentration camp, Italian Jew Primo Levi discussed the sense of shame survivors felt after being liberated.
While it does not have the literary quality of similar narratives by Elie Wiesel or Primo Levi, it does cast light on the Nazi's "model city," which existed only to demonstrate to the Red Cross that the Jews were well treated.
We have learnt," said Primo Levi in Survival in Auschwitz, "that our personality is fragile, that it is in much more danger than our life.