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Conversations with Primo Levi
by Ferdinando Camon
translated by John Shepley
Northwestern University Press, 1989
Paper: 978-0-910395-48-9
Library of Congress Classification PQ4872.E8Z46313 1989
Dewey Decimal Classification 853.914

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Beginning in 1982 and at intervals over the next four years Ferdinando Camon traveled to Turin for a series of meetings with Primo Levi. This book is the record of their dialogues. Levi spoke of the war, of anti-Semitism, of the camps, of German guilt, of Israel's emergence, and of his own extraordinary life and work. The give-and-take of the discussion, its tone, its lucidity, its intelligence, lift it well above the level and format of the usual journalistic interview with a celebrated author.
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