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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Thomas Mann and his family.
London : Collins, 1989
|Named Person:||Thomas Mann; Mann family.; Mann (Family)|
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|Notes:||Translation of: Thomas Mann und die Seinen.|
|Description:||230 p. ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Part 1 Thomas Mann (1875-1955): the literary magnate as business; the genius and his helpers; the unvarnished truth; a chronicle of suffering; the birth of criticism from the spirit of narrative; everything German is profoundly affected; "Tonio Kroger", the short story of the century. Part 2 Heinrich Mann (1871-1950): a farewell not devoid of sadness. Part 3 Thomas and Heinrich Mann: king and anti-king. Part 4 Erika Mann (1905-1969): his loyal daughter. Part 5 Klaus Mann (1906-1949): "Mephisto", the novel of a career; melancholia and make-up. Part 6 Golo Mann (1909-): the liberation of an unloved one. Part 7 Katia Mann, nee Pringsheim (1883-1980): the chosen one. Part 8 Reverberations: unloved; what do you think of Thomas Mann?.|
|Other Titles:||Thomas Mann und die Seinen.|
|Responsibility:||Marcel Reich-Ranicki ; translated from the German by Ralph Manheim.|