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Primo Levi, who was also at Auschwitz-Birkenau, wrote:

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Primo Levi, who was also at Auschwitz-Birkenau, wrote:

It is not possible to sink lower than this: no human condition is more miserable than this, nor could it conceivably be so. Nothing belongs to us, and if they listen, they will not understand. They will even take away our name: and if we want to keep it, we will have to find ourselves the strength to do so, to manage so that behind the name something of us, of us, as we were, remains.

How are Leviā€™s responses to his initiation into Auschwitz similar to those of Eliezer? What differences seem most striking

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I have provided you with Elie's feeling in the other answers........... their feelings are very similar, almost identical.