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2The Thesis of the EssayOverall, no human experience can be considered as lacking meaning or not tohave some form of lessons to be learned from the same experience. The Primo LeviSurvival in Auschwitz has been used by the author to depict the hard rimes that had as hiscounterparts had experienced in their lives. He depicted the idea that being harmed orsick is an attribute that is more human than the prevailing conditions they have faced intheir daily life. According to Levi and his fellow prisoners at Auschwitz, the treatmentthey received could be only be likened to that of animals, as they lived in the mostinhumane conditions possible.Sort Of Sources Used By the AuthorThe author has not relied on outside sources as the book is a documentation of theauthor’s experience as a prisoner in the Nazi war camp in the World War II. In this case,the author has presented his story in the form of a memoir, which implies that the eventsin the book are the author’s memories. The author thus was not focused on delivering adefinitive list of events that would have allowed him to write a historical non-fictionaccount through the citing of external sources and including statistics.Support for ThesisOverall, the story and accounts that the author has delivered throughout the bookhave provided adequate support of the thesis. The narration that the author has providedhas not solely been about his survival but the survival of his humanity after perseveringthe arduous process of dehumanization in the disreputable Nazi concentration camp. The

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Term
Fall
Professor
Dr. Olouch
Tags
Auschwitz concentration camp, Nazi concentration camps, Levi, Survival in Auschwitz,

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