English Auschwitz - Garrett Aryan English 232 11/23/09...

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Garrett Aryan English 232 11/23/09 Survival in Auschwitz In this very real story of the genocide of Jewish people, which for many Jews took place at a concentration camp in Auschwitz, we venture through Primo Levi’s experience and the trials and tribulations he went through. It all began for Primo Levi when he was arrested and sent to a concentration camp, being that he was an Italian Jew. After being stuck there for almost a full year, Levi survived and was eventually rescued by the Soviet Army and would not return home for several months. Along the way, Levi as well as the reader is forced to ask and ponder many questions that still plague our conscious today with regard to the genocide of the Jews as well as the decisions that were made by people during this time of war. As we are all informed of the terrible ways that Jews were treated during the time of World War II, we are still forced to wonder why on earth someone would treat another human in such an awful and cruel way, what would possess someone
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2011 for the course ENGLLISH 2320 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Texas State.

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