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Emilia Levi fiore di speranza

by Marzia Lodi

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"There is a famous story left of this little girl Emilia Levi, five years old, because Primo Levi wrote it in the first chapter of "If This Is a Man". And it is her only and last known image: "A curious, ambitious, cheerful and intelligent little girl who, during the journey in the crowded carriage, her father and mother had managed to bathe in a zinc tub, in warm water that the degenerate German train driver had agreed to tap from the locomotive that was dragging us all to our deaths."
  Quilt18 | Feb 23, 2024 |
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