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Primo Levi

Primo Levi (1919-1987), one of Europe's great writers of the twentieth century, survived the Holocaust, a topic which informs his work. His works, some published posthumously, include novels, short stories, essays, memoirs and poems: If This Is a Man, The Truce, The Periodic Table, The Wrench, If Not Now, When?; Collected Poems, The Drowned and the Saved; The Voice of Memories: Interviews 1961-1967; The Black Hole of Auschwitz; Auschwitz Report .

Primo Levi's work featured in PN Review comprises two contributions of poetry, over a period of 25 years. Also available are two reviews of Primo Levi's work and one interview with Primo Levi.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Poetry Collection in PN Review 58 (1987) Agave
Subscribers only Interviewed by Ian Thomson in PN Review 58 (1987) in conversation with Primo Levi
Subscribers only Reviewed by Anthony Rudolf in PN Review 73 (1990) on Primo Levi
Subscribers only Reviewed by John Pilling in PN Review 86 (1992) on Primo Levi, Claud Vigée and T.S. Eliot in French
Subscribers only Poetry Collection in PN Review 197 (2011) Five Poems (translated by Marco Sonzogni and Harry Thomas)
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