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ISBN:
3499151413
Author:
Klaus Mann
Language:
German
Publisher:
Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag GmbH (January 1, 1998)
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Read Alexander, by Klaus Mann online on Bookmate – Alexander is a stunning work of historical reimagining from a troubled and unjestly neglected writer. Written in 1929 by the son of Thomas Mann, Al.

Read Alexander, by Klaus Mann online on Bookmate – Alexander is a stunning work of historical reimagining from a troubled and unjestly neglected writer. Alexander is a stunning work of historical reimagining from a troubled and unjestly neglected writer. Written in 1929 by the son of Thomas Mann, Alexander shows why Klaus Mann is regarded in Germany as one of the foremost writers of the twentieth century.

The son of German writer Thomas Mann, Klaus Mann (1906–1949) worked as a theater critic and wrote prolifically . You will learn nothing about Alexander from the book, but a lot about Klaus Mann. For historians of queer literature; it is a much.

The son of German writer Thomas Mann, Klaus Mann (1906–1949) worked as a theater critic and wrote prolifically, publishing novels, collections of short stories, and plays. His most famous work is the 1936 novel Mephisto.

He wrote Mephisto and scandal around this book made him famous after his death. Klaus Mann died in Cannes overdosing sleeping pills. Mor. rivia About Alexander.

Klaus Heinrich Thomas Mann (18 November 1906 – 21 May 1949) was a German-born American writer and dissident. He was the brother of Erika Mann, with whom he maintained a lifelong close relationship. He is well known for his 1936 novel, Mephisto. Born in Munich, Klaus Mann was the son of German writer Thomas Mann and his wife, Katia Pringsheim. His father was baptized as a Lutheran, while his mother was from a family of secular Jews.

A brand new translation of a significant piece of literature in the formation of 20th century German literature.

Written in 1929 by the son of Thomas Mann, Alexander shows why Klaus Mann is regarded in Germany as one of the foremost writers of the twentieth century

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Klaus Manns "Roman der Utopie" - ein frühes Meisterwerk aus dem Jahr 1929

Klaus Manns "Roman der Utopie" - ein frühes Meisterwerk aus dem Jahr 1929  .

Alexander is a stunning work of historical reimagining from a troubled and unjestly neglected writer.

It is precisely these contradictions that make the figure so compelling - as much in the book as in real life. It was, however, not permitted to be published in West Germany until 1981.