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Survival in Auschwitz
Transcript of Survival in Auschwitz
Fear Constant Struggle How is it developed?
This theme is developed the moment when Levi starts the harsh labor after he is captured and held as prisoner in the death camp Quote : "At every step a little snow and mud stuck ti the wooden soles of our shoes ... it felt as if one leg was a hand shorter than the other " (Levi 66) Character(s) He constantly repeats the pain the shoes cause him throughout the novel - literary device repetition
Although the shoes cause pain, Levi does not have a choice but to deal with it
The shoes are a symbol for his constant struggles
This quote proves how the sub-theme is constant struggles Sub-Themes How is it conveyed to the reader?
Levi uses literary elements such as repetition imagery/illusions, and metaphors to help convey the theme of the novel
Levi's also uses an informational text to help further educate the reader How does it change throughout the course of the story?
Levi's experience in the camp continuously grows harsher as the days pass by since he gets weaker and his mental and physical body disintegrates exponentially About Survival in Auschwitz... The End Thank You This novel is written by the Italian-Jewish writer, Primo Levi. He describes his arrest as a member of the Italian anti-fascist resistance during the Second World War, and his incarceration in the Auschwitz concentration camp from February 1944 until the camp was liberated on 27 January 1945. Main Character: Primo Levi Written By: Primo Levi Destruction of the human will/soul before the death of the physical body Since he was physically healthy he was sent to work in the camp
Levi did not bother to make friends because he feared that he would lose them
Although the physical labor was difficult for him especially, he always tried his best
Levi does a really good job of describing his feelings and experiences during the Holocaust