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Werken van Primo Levi die vertaald zijn in het Nederlands, in chronologische volgorde

1Het oponthoud, Bilthoven: H. Nelissen, 1966. Later vertaald door Frida De Matteis-Vogels als Het respijt, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1988 (heruitgave 2007).

2Eens was ik een mens, vertaald door M. I. Borel, Amsterdam: Arbeiderspers, 1963. Later vertaald door Frida De Matteis-Vogels als Is dit een mens, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1987 (heruitgave 2010).

3Het periodiek systeem. Verhalen van een leven, vertaald door Frida De Matteis-Vogels, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1987 (heruitgave 2009).

4Op een onzeker uur, vertaald door Maarten Asscher & Reinier Speelman, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1988.

5Zo niet nu, wanneer dan?, vertaald door Frida De Matteis-Vogels, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1988.

6De kruissleutel, vertaald door Frida De Matteis-Vogels, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1989.

7De zesde dag: verhalen, vertaald door Reinier Speelman, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1990. Selectie verhalen uit Storie naturali en Vizio di forma.

8Liefde en meccano: autobiografische verhalen, vertaald door Reinier Speelman, Libris, 1990. Beknopte selectie uit L’altrui mestiere en Racconti e saggi.

9Lilith: verhalen, vertaald door Frida De Matteis-Vogels, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1990.

10De spiegelmaker, vertaald door Reinier Speelman, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1991. Keuze van verhalen en essays uit L’altrui mestiere en Racconti e saggi.

11De Verdronkenen en de geredden, vertaald door Frida De Matteis-Vogels, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1991.

12Gesprekken, met Fernando Camon, Germaine Greer, Tullio Regge en Philip Roth, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1991.

13De eekhoorn: verhalen en essays, vertaald door Reinier Speelman, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1993. Teksten uit Storie naturali, Vizio di forma, L’altrui mestiere en Racconti e saggi.

14De man die door de muur drong: de fantastische verhalen van Primo Levi, vertaald door Frida De Matteis-Vogels, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1995.

15De getuigenissen, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1999. Bundeling van Is dit een mens, Het respijt en De Verdronkenen en de geredden.

16Alle verhalen, vertaald door Frida De Matteis-Vogels en Reinier Speelman, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 2000. Verzameling van korte verhalen uit de bij Meulenhoff verschenen bundels, plus dertien niet eerder in het Nederlands verschenen verhalen uit Opere 1987-1990 en L’ultimo natale di guerra.

17Auschwitz-rapportage, vertaald door Frida De Matteis-Vogels, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 2008.

Work of Primo Levi translated in English (UK), in chronological order

18If This is a Man (US: Survival in Auschwitz: the Nazi assault on humanity), translated by Stuart Woolf, Orion Press, 1959.

19The Truce (US: The Reawakening), translated by Stuart Woolf, London: Bodley Head, 1965.

20Shemà, translated by Ruth Feldman & Brian Swann, London: Menard Press, 1976. Translation of L’osteria di Brema.

21The Periodic Table, translated by Raymond Rosenthal, London: Michael Joseph, 1985.

22If Not Now, When?, translated by William Weaver, London: Michael Joseph, 1986.

23Moments of Reprieve. A Memoir of Auschwitz, translated by Ruth Feldman, New York: Summit Books, 1986.

24The Wrench (US: The Monkey’s Wrench), translated by William Weaver, London: Michael Joseph, 1987.

25Collected Poems, translated by Ruth Feldman & Brian Swann, London: Faber & Faber, 1988.

26The Drowned and the Saved, translated by Raymond Rosenthal, London: Michael Joseph, 1988.

27Conversations, translated by Raymond Rosenthal, London: I.B. Tauris, 1989.

28Other People’s Trades, translated by Raymond Rosenthal, London: Michael Joseph, 1989.

29The Mirror Maker. Stories and Essays, translated by Raymond Rosenthal, London: Methuen, 1990.

30The Sixth Day and Other Tales, translated by Raymond Rosenthal, London: Michael Joseph, 1990. Stories from Storie naturali and Vizio di forma.

31Conversations with Primo Levi, translated by John Shepley, Marlboro: Marlboro Press, 1992.

32The Search for Roots. A Personal Anthology, translated by Peter Forbes, Harmondsworth: Allen Lane, 2001.

33Voice of Memory. Interviews 1961-1987, translated by Robert Gordon, edited by Marco Belpoliti, Cambridge: Polity, 2001.

34The Black Hole of Auschwitz, translated by Sharon Wood, Cambridge: Polity, 2005. Translation of L’asimmetria e la vita.

35Auschwitz Report, translated by Judith Woolf, edited by Robert Gordon, London: Verso, 2006.

36A Tranquil Star: unpublished stories, translated by Ann Goldstein & Alessandra Bastagli, London: Penguin, 2007.

37The Magic Paint, translated by Ann Goldstein & Alessandra Bastagli, Penguin Mini Modern Classic, 2011. Selection from A Tranquil Star.

Translations by Primo Levi

38Gilman, Henry, Chimica organica superiore (Organic Chemistry: An Advanced Treatise), vols 1 and 2 of four volumes, Turin: Einaudi, 1955.

39Jacob Presser, La notte dei Girondini (De nacht der Girondijnen), Milan: Adelphi, 1976.

40Douglas, Mary, I simboli naturali (Natural Symbols), Turin: Einaudi, 1979.

41Kafka, Franz, Il Processo (Der Prozess), Turin: Einaudi, 1983.

42Lévi-Strauss, Claude, Lo sguardo da lontano (Le Regard éloigné), Turin: Einaudi, 1984.

43Lévi-Strauss, Claude, La via delle maschere (La Voie des masques), Turin: Einaudi, 1985.

Books on Primo Levi

44Angier, Carole, The Double Bond: Primo Levi, A Biography, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2002.

45Belpoliti, Marco, Primo Levi, Milano: Bruno Mondadori, 1998.

46Benchouicha, Lucie, Primo Levi. Rewriting the Holocaust, Leicester, Troubador, 2005.

47Cavaglion, Alberto (ed.), Primo Levi. Il presente del passato, Giornate internazionali di studio, Torino 28-29 March 1988, Milano: Franco Angeli, 1991.

48Cavaglion, Alberto, Primo Levi e Se questo è un uomo, Torino: Loescher, 1993.

49Cicioni, Mirna, Primo Levi: Bridges of Knowledge, Oxford: Berg, 1995.

50Druker, Jonathan, Primo Levi and Humanism after Auschwitz: Posthumanist Reflections, London & New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

51Ferrero, Ernesto, Primo Levi. La vita, le opere, Turin: Einaudi, 2007.

52Frassica, Pietro (ed.), Primo Levi as Witness. Proceedings of a Symposium held at Princeton University, 30 April - 2 May, 1989, Fiesole: Casalini Libri, 1990.

53Gordon, Robert S. C., Primo Levi’s Ordinary Virtues. From Testimony to Ethics, Oxford University Press, 2001.

54Gordon, Robert S. C., Primo Levi: le virtù dell’uomo normale, Rome: Carocci, 2003.

55Gordon, Robert S. C., The Cambridge Companion to Primo Levi, Cambridge University Press, 2007.

56Grassano, Giuseppe, Primo Levi, Firenze: La Nuova Italia, 1981.

57Homer, Frederic D., Primo Levi and the Politics of Survival, Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2001.

58Insana, Lina, Arduous Tasks: Primo Levi, Translation, and the Transmission of Holocaust Testimony. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009.

59Kremer, Roberta (ed.), Memory and Mastery: Primo Levi as Writer and Witness, Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001.

60Mesnard, Philippe, Primo Levi. Una vita per immagini, Venise: Marsilio, 2008.

61Nezri-Dufour, Sophie, Primo Levi: una memoria ebraica del Novecento, Florence: La Giuntina, 2002.

62Patruno, Nicholas, Understanding Primo Levi, Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1995.

63Poli, Gabriella & Giorgio Calcagno, Echi di una voce perduta. Incontri, interviste e conversazioni con Primo Levi, Milano: Mursia, 1992.

64Pugliese, Stanislao (ed.), The Legacy of Primo Levi, London & New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.

65Rudolf, Anthony, At an Uncertain Hour: Primo Levi’s War against Oblivion, London: The Menard Press, 1990.

66Sessi, Frediano, Il lungo viaggio di Primo Levi. La scelta della resistenza, il tradimento, l’arresto. Una storia taciuta, Venise: Marsilio, 2013.

67Sessi, Frediano, Primo Levi: l’uomo, il testimone, lo scrittore, Turin: Einaudi, 2013.

68Sodi, Risa, A Dante of Our Time: Primo Levi and Auschwitz, New York: Peter Lang, 1990.

69Sodi, Risa & Millicent Marcus (ed.), New Reflections on Primo Levi. Before and after Auschwitz, London & New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

70Tarrow, Susan R. (ed.), Reason and Light: Essays on Primo Levi, Ithaca, New York: Center for International Studies, Cornell University, 1990.

71Thomson, Ian, Primo Levi, London, Vintage, 2002.

Articles on Primo Levi

72Baumgarten, Murray, ‘Primo Levi’s Periodic Art: Survival in Auschwitz and the Meaningfulness of Everyday Life’, in R. Rohrlich (ed.), Resisting the Holocaust, Oxford & New York: Berg, 1998, 115-132.

73Bruck, Edith, ‘Ebreo fino a un certo punto’, interview with Levi, Il Messagero, 9 January 1976.

74Cases, Cesare, ‘L’ordine delle cose e l’ordine delle parole’, introduction to Primo Levi, Opere I, Torino: Einaudi, 1987.

75Cases, Cesare, ‘Ricordo di Primo Levi’, in Gianfranco Folena (ed.), tre Narratori: Calvino, Primo Levi, Parise, Padua: Liviana, 1989.

76Chiompi, James, ‘Testifying to His Text: Primo Levi and the Concentrationary Sublime’, Romantic Review 92 (4), 2002, 491-501.

77Della Terza, Dante, ‘Primo Levi, the Story Teller: Memories, Technology, Invention’, Italiana 9, 2000, 258-272.

78Druker, Jonathan, ‘A Rational Humanist Confronts the Holocaust: Teaching Primo Levi’s Survival in Auschwitz’, in Marianne Hirsch & Irene Kacandes (eds.), Teaching the Representation of the Holocaust, New York: MLA, 2004, 337-347.

79Emmett, Lucie, ‘“L’uomo salvato dal proprio mestiere”: aspects of Se questo è un uomo revisited in Il sistema periodico’, Italian Studies 56, 2000, 115-128.

80Epstein, Adam, ‘Primo Levi and the Language of Atrocity’, Bulletin for the Society for Italian Studies 20, 1987, 31-38.

81Fontana, Luca, ‘Interview: Primo Levi’, City Limits, 1-8 May 1986.

82Frunza, Sandu, ‘The Memory of the Holocaust in Primo Levi’s If this is a man’, Shofar 27 (1), 2008, 36-57.

83Ginzburg, Natalia, ‘La testimonianza più alta e lucida’, Corriere della Sera, 12 April 1987.

84Gordon, Robert, ‘Which Holocaust? Primo Levi and the Field of Holocaust Memory in Post-War Italy’, Italian Studies 61 (1), 2006, 85-113.

85Harrowitz, Nancy, ‘From Mt. Sinai to the Holocaust. Primo Levi and the Crisis of Science in The Periodic Table’, in Alan Rosen (ed.), Celebrating Elie Wiesel, Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1998, 19-39.

86Helger, Finter, ‘Primo Levi’s Stage Version of Se questo è un uomo’, in Claude Schumacher (ed.), Staging the Holocaust, Cambridge University Press, 1998, 229-253.

87Insana, Lina, ‘In Levi’s Wake: Adaptation, Simulacrum, Postmemory’, Italica 86 (2), 2009, 212-238.

88Lucamente, Stafania, ‘The “Indispensable” Legacy of Primo Levi: From Eraldo Affinati to Rosetta Loy Between History and Fiction’, Quaderni d’italianistica 24 (2), 2003, 87-104.

89Magris, Claudio, ‘Ma questo è l’uomo’, Corriere della Sera, 12 April 1987.

90Martin, Stephen, ‘The Quest for the Ultimate Sign: Binaries, Triads and Matter in Primo Levi’s Il sistema periodico’, RLA 8, 1996, 225-231.

91Mengaldo, Pier Vincenzo, ‘Lingua e scrittura in Levi’, introduction to Primo Levi, Opere III, Torino: Einaudi, 1990.

92Mengaldo, Pier Vincenzo, ‘Ciò che dobbiamo a Primo Levi’, La tradizione del Novecento, Terza Serie, Torino: Einaudi, 1991, 299-312.

93Ozick, Cynthia, ‘The Suicide Note’, The New Republic, 21 March 1988, 32-36.

94Rothberg, Michael & Jonathan Druker, ‘A Secular Alternative: Primo Levi’s Place in American Holocaust Discourse’, Shofar 28 (1), 2009, 104-126.

95Rosenfeld, Alvin H., ‘Primo Levi: The Survivor as Victim’, in James S. Pacy and Alan P. Wertheimer (eds.), Perspectives on the Holocaust: Essays in Honour of Raul Hilberg, San Fransisco: Westview Press, 1995.

96Sanders, Mark, ‘Reparation and Translation: Primo Levi’s “Letters from Germans”’, in Daniel Terris (ed.), Literary Responses to Mass Violence, Waltham: Brandeis University Press, 2004, 75-83.

97Segre, Cesare, ‘Introduction’, in Primo Levi, Opere II, Torino: Einaudi, 1988.

98Sodi, Risa, ‘The Memory of Justice: Primo Levi and Auschwitz’, Holocaust and Genocide Studies 4 (1), 1989, 89-104.

99Tesio, Giovanni, ‘Su alcune giunte e varianti di Se questo è un uomo’, Studi Piemontesi 6 (2), 1977, 270-278.

100Tesio, Giovanni, ‘Ritratti critici di contemporanei: Primo Levi’, Belfagor 34 (6), 1979, 657-676.

101Tesio, Giovanni, ‘Premesse su Primo Levi poeta’, Studi Piemontesi 14 (1), 1985, 12-23.

102Tesio, Giovanni, ‘Tutta l’odissea in un quaderno’, La Stampa, 9 February 1997.

103Thomson, Ian, ‘After Auschwitz’, interview with Primo Levi, Independent, 4 April 1987.

104Woolf, Stuart, ‘Primo Levi’s Sense of History’, Journal of Modern Italian Studies  (3), 1998, 273-92.

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