The day begins at 7 a.m on school days and 8 a.m and a regular day. I wake up to the first alarm that goes off. Then I lie in bed until the second alarm goes off and I get up and get ready to go to school or go outside. I wait for the bus to come, then when it comes I walk outside and get on the bus and the school day begins. When I get home I go feed all the animals on the farm and then go do homework. If it was a regular day I would eat breakfast then go outside and start doing things on the farm. Primo Leviś day starts like mine but earlier and he does different things when he gets up. Primo Leviś life before the war.
Primo Levi was born on July 31, 1919 in his hometown Turin Italy. ( ) His father was not in the war like Primo. Primo’s father’s name is Caesar Levi and his mother’s name is Ester Luzzati. Primo also has a younger sister named Anna Maria Levi. She was three years younger than Primo. He went to school at the University of Turin and Liceo Classico Massimo d’Azeglio. His jobs were writing poems, he was a chemist, and he also was a journalist. Primo Levi’s life during the war was very different than his earlier life.
Primo Levi was Italian Jewish chemist partisan, Holocaust survivor and writer. Primo also was the author of many books, novels, collections of short stories, essays, and poems. Along with the other prisoners he was put to work at brutally hard labor not anything he’d ever known as a highly educated chemist. The book Survival In Auschwitz is widely considered one of the top books of all. It was written by Primo Levi. The prisoners’ work day began at 4:30 in the summer and at 5:30 in the winter. The prisoners got up at the sound of a gong. They carefully tidied their living quarters. Then, the prisoners attempted to wash themselves and go to the bathroom before drinking their coffee or tea. Then, the second gong rang and they ran outside to the roll-call square where they lined up in rows of ten by block. The prisoners were counted during roll call. If the numbers did not add up, roll call was made bigger. Finally, the order came to form up by labor details. The prisoners walked out to working groups. With musical accompaniment in the form of marches played by the camp orchestra. Primo Levi’s life after the war became better.
He survived Auschwitz during World War II against all odds, but he died a year after the war was over. He died on April 11, 1987 in Turin, Italy by falling at the age of 67 year old. He got married in september of 1947. Before dying, he had a wife named Lucia Morpurgo. He was only married 40 years before his death. In addition, he had two children with Lucia Morpurgo. The two children’s names are Renzo Levi was a boy and Lisa Levi was a girl. His life compared to my life.
His day starts similar to mine but a little earlier and he does different things when he gets up. The life of Primo Levi’s life before the war is similar to my life. His life during the war is not similar to my life because he is in the war and I am not in the war. His life after the war was also not similar to my life because he died a year after World War II. His early life is similar to my life but the rest of his life is not similar to mine.