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April 9, 2002
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Long-rooted personal problems, not his experiences at Auschwitz, led Primo Levi to commit suicide, according to a new biography. Throughout his life, Levi suffered from depression and an inability to express intimacy, which ultimately led to his death in 1987, according to biographer Carole Angier.

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