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The internationally acclaimed biographer of Italian Auschwitz survivor, Primo Levi delivered her 2015 Lucrezia Zaina lecture on Thursday 12th November.
Carole Angier, elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 2002, was lauded for her exhaustive work on Primo Levi, a Jewish Italian chemist who lived to describe the horrors of concentration camp life and death under the Nazi regime.
The video of the lecture, along with the Q&A session that followed is now available to view:
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