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European History | European Languages and Societies | French and Francophone Language and Literature | German Language and Literature | Italian Language and Literature
This thesis is an examination of the memoirs of three core Holocaust writers, Elie Wiesel (Night and Day), Primo Levi (If This is A Man), and Charlotte Delbo (Auschwitz and After), exploring the ways in which each of the three authors uses his or her memoir to simultaneously document and resist the dehumanizing influence of the concentration camp experience.
Mozer, Gillian M., "Text as Resistance in Holocaust Literature: Struggles for Personhood in Wiesel, Levi, and Delbo" (2010). Honors Scholar Theses. 154.