on 12 September 2013
As always, this Cambridge Companion offers an unbiased and hugely informative range of essays. What I liked most was the emphasis on parts of Levi's writing which usually fades into the background, such as his science fiction for example. Levi was undoubtedly an important voice of the Holocaust and Auschwitz; however, he deserves to be remembered for so much more than that. I'd definitely recommend this book as a starting point for anyone studying Levi.