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eBook De Wendepunkt (German Edition) download ISBN: 3499153254
Author: Klaus Mann
Publisher: Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag GmbH (January 1, 1996)
Language: German
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Klaus Mann is de zoon van de grote schrijver, de Nobel-prijswinnaar, en wil duidelijk maken dat hij zijn eigen . I read this massive book a long time ago, in French, and loved feeling engulfed by Ma A German destiny like no others

Klaus Mann is de zoon van de grote schrijver, de Nobel-prijswinnaar, en wil duidelijk maken dat hij zijn eigen leven vormgeeft, de schaduw van zijn vader ontloopt. Dit doet hij door een lange lijst te geven van mensen die hij kent. Soms weet hij de tijdsgeest prikkelend te beschrijven of is zijn beeld van de toekomst akelig correct, maar het middenstuk duurt veel te lang. I read this massive book a long time ago, in French, and loved feeling engulfed by Ma A German destiny like no others. This autobiography, written by the son of Thomas Mann, and a well known writer himself, is the fascinating portrait of a man who was at the heart of the cultural world of old Europe.

Klaus Manns Lebensbericht gehört zu den Standardwerken moderner Autobiographien. Er gibt nicht nur einen intimen Einblick in die von Gefährdungen, Frühreife, Abenteuerlust und Außenseitertum bestimmte eigene Entwicklung, sondern erzählt auch viele Details aus dem Leben der berühmten Eltern. Der hektische "Kulturbetrieb" in den zwanziger Jahren und das unstete, gefahrvolle Leben der Emigranten nach 1933 sind selten so lebendig und bewegend beschrieben worden.

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Erika Julia Hedwig Mann (9 November 1905 – 27 August 1969) was a German actress and writer. She was the eldest daughter of the novelist Thomas Mann and his wife Katia. In 1924, Erika Mann moved to Berlin where she lived a bohemian lifestyle and became a critic of National Socialism. She acted in, and wrote for, an anti-Nazi cabaret in Berlin and, after Hitler came to power in 1933, Mann moved to Switzerland.

Find nearly any book by Klaus Mann. Klaus Mann (Mann, Klaus). used books, rare books and new books. Das Wunder von Madrid. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Find all books by 'Klaus Mann' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Klaus Mann'. ISBN 9783499153785 (978-3-499-15378-5) Softcover, Rowohlt T. 1995. Aufsätze, Reden, Kritiken 1936 - 1938.

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.

Der Wendepunkt; ein Lebensbericht. by. Mann, Klaus, 1906-1949. 505 p. 19 cm. Bookplateleaf. urn:acs6:mann:epub:a43-c9615c9edbe7 urn:acs6:mann:pdf:4d7-4ce1ae75a144. ark:/13960/t1zd5pq9t.

Klaus Heinrich Thomas Mann (born 1906 in Munich, died 1949 in Cannes), the son of Nobel prize winning writer Thomas Mann and nephew of famous novelist Heinrich Mann, was a novelist, essayist, and dramatist. He was considered to be a literary enfant terrible of the Weimar Republic. At the age of 19, he was already the focus of considerable critical public attention

Die Geschichte eines Intellektuellen zwischen zwei Weltkriegen, eines Mannes also, der die entscheidenden Lebensjahre in einem sozialen und geistigen Vakuum verbringen musste: innig – aber erfolglos – darum bemüht, den Anschluß an irgendeine Gesellschaft zu finden, sich irgendeiner Ordnung einzufügen: immer schweifend, immer ruhelos, umgetrieben, immer auf der Such.

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9783499226533. Release Date:January 1998.

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