Me Llamaba Pikolo: El Testimonio de Un Companero de Primo Levi

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In the summer of 1944 in Auschwitz, the future great writer Primo Levi meets Jean Samuel, a young Alsatian Jew, deported just like him, and facing the unimaginable. As a term of endearment, he calls him Pikolo. Three years later, with his masterpiece "If This Is a Man," Primo Levi turns Pikolo into a mythical character, the embodiment of dignity preserved in the face of horror, of the humanity that nothing can destroy. Forgotten witness, discreet hero, Jean Samuel is a survivor who kept his wounds secret for many years. ...

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Me Llamaba Pikolo: El Testimonio de un Companero de Primo Levi 2009, Plataforma Editorial

ISBN-13: 9788496981386


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