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  1. Young Henry of Navarre by Heinrich Mann, 2003-12-30
  2. Man of Straw (Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics) by Heinrich Mann, 1992-11-01
  3. Loyal Subject: Heinrich Mann (German Library) by Helmut Peitsch, 1998-03-01
  4. Great German Short Stories (Dover Thrift Editions) by Arthur Schnitzler, Heinrich von Kleist, et all 2003-12-12
  5. Henry, King of France: A Novel by Heinrich Mann, 2004-12-07
  6. The Blue Angel by Heinrich Mann, 2009-09-15
  7. The Living Thoughts of Nietzsche presented by Heinrich Mann by Friedrich Wilhelm; Mann, Heinrich, ed.; Mussey, June Barrows, tr.; Levy, Oscar, ed. Nietzsche, 1946
  8. The Letters of Heinrich and Thomas Mann, 1900-1949 (Weimar and Now: German Cultural Criticism, No 12) by Thomas Mann, 1998-03-31
  9. Heinrich und Thomas Mann (EVA Duographien) (German Edition) by Klaus Schroter, 1993
  10. Die unwissenden Magier. Über Thomas und Heinrich Mann. by Joachim C. Fest, 1998-10-01
  11. Glimpses of Germanic-Slavic Relations from Pushkin to Heinrich Mann by Edmund K. Kostka, 1974-06
  12. Der neue Roman. Ein Almanach. Mit Bildbeigaben und Beitragen von Heinrich Mann, Max Brod, Georg Brandes, Anatole France, Rudolf Leonhard, Ossip Dymow, Gustav Meyrink, Carl Sternheim, Maxim Gorki und Hugo von Hofmannsthal by Unnamed Unnamed, 1917
  13. Brothers Mann: The Lives of Heinrich and Thomas Mann, 1871-1950, 1875-1955 by Nigel Hamilton, 1981-07-01
  14. Die Utopie des "guten Menschen" in Heinrich Manns Roman "Henri Quatre" (Wissenschaftliche Beitrage aus dem Tectum Verlag) (German Edition) by Andreas Bruning, 1999

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2. Heinrich Mann (1871-1950) German Writer.
(18711950) German writer. An essayist, novelist, and playwright, Heinrich Mann was the brother of Thomas Mann. His works include Small Town Tyrant (1905), The Blue Angel (1930
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    Heinrich Schliemann was born of his parents Ernst and Luise on January 6, 1822 in the small village of Neu Buckow, Germany. Heinrich's father, a Protestant Minister, fostered Schliemann's interest in Homeric Troy . On Christmas his father gave Heinrich a book entitled: An Illustrated History of the World, by Ludwig Jerrer When Schliemann's mother died in 1831, he was sent to live with his uncle, Frederich. Heinrich concentrated on school, which among others, he attended the Gymnasium at Neu Strelitz. When his father was accused of embezzling church funds, he was no longer able to pay for Heinrich's Private Academy education, and so Heinrich was forced to attend Realschule, a "common school." Despite his academic achievement, he was again forced to leave school when his father fell into even further financial problems. Forced to make a living of his own, Heinrich Schliemann found work at Herr Holtz, a Grocers in Furstenburg. He loathed everything about his job, with the exception of his friendship with a young miller, who could recite 100 lines of Homer in ancient Greek. Though he could not understand it, Schliemann believed that the words inspired him and he prayed to God that he would take on the language, himself one day. After leaving the store, Heinrich found employment in Prussia with the F.C. Quien Company. Fueled by his motivation for knowledge and hope to become wealthy, he dedicated his life towards that goal. He wasted little money (on living expenses, he spent nothing on entertainment, and had nothing to do with women). Schliemann educated himself and used his money only toward the advancement his education.

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    6. Heinrich Mann: Biography From
    Mann, Heinrich (L beck, 18711950, Los Angeles), in full Luiz Heinrich Mann, was the eldest son of a well-to-do corn factor of L beck and the elder brother of Th. Mann.
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    Home Library Miscellaneous Biographies The German novelist, essayist, and social critic Heinrich Mann (1871-1950) achieved his greatest success with his critiques of German society. Heinrich Mann was born in Lübeck, northern Germany, on March 27, 1871. After completing his education in his hometown, Mann went to Dresden and a year later began working for a publishing house in Berlin while attending lectures at its university. At first a disciple of the French realists, especially Émile Zola and Guy de Maupassant , he wrote impressions, sketches, novelettes, and some poetry. His first novel, In einer Familie (1894), was published at his mother's expense. It was as a reviewer that he made a name for himself from 1891 to 1896. Between 1895 and 1898 he spent most of his time in Italy, much of it with his brother Thomas, later a world-famous author. Heinrich Mann's first creative phase, 1900-1914, began with a realistic, even naturalistic novel entitled

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    8. Mann, Heinrich - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Mann, Heinrich
    Mann, Heinrich (1871–1950) German novelist. He left Nazi Germany in 1937 with his brother Thomas Mann and went to the USA. His books include Im Schlaraffenland/In the Land of, Heinrich

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    Heinrich Mann March 27 March 12 ) wrote German novels with social themes whose attacks on the authoritarian and increasingly militaristic nature of post- Weimar German society led to his exile in
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    He was born in Lbeck and was the elder brother of Thomas Mann His essay on Zola and the novel Der Untertan earned him much respect during the Weimar Republic , since it satirized German society and explained how its political system had led to the First World War . Eventually, his book Professor Unrat was turned into the successful movie Der Blaue Engel The Blue Angel ). Carl Zuckmayer wrote the script, Josef von Sternberg was the director. Marlene Dietrich played her first major role in it (as Lola). Together with Albert Einstein and other celebrities, Mann was a signatory to a letter to the International League of Human Rights condemning the murder of

    10. Heinrich Heine: Poems
    English translations in the public domain. Eight poems.
    POEMS BY HEINRICH HEINE: "The comfort of coming to a man of genius, who finds in verse his freest and most perfect expression, whose voyage over the deep of poetry destiny makes smooth! The magic of Heine's poetical form is incomparable; he employs this form with the most exquisite lightness and ease, and yet it has at the same time the inborn fulness, pathos, and old-world charm of all true forms of popular poetry. Thus in Heine's poetry, too, one perpetually blends the impression of French modernism and clearness with that of German sentiment and fulness." MATTHEW ARNOLD RELATED LINKS

    11. Mann, Heinrich Definition Of Mann, Heinrich In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Mann, Heinrich (hīn`rĭkh m n), 1871–1950, German novelist; older brother of Thomas Mann. He was a prolific author; themes of social criticism dominate his works., Heinrich

    12. Heinrich Heine - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the poet. For the mathematician, see Eduard Heine Heinrich Heine
    A painting of Heine, by Moritz Daniel Oppenheim Born Christian Johann Heinrich Heine
    13 December 1797
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    France Occupation Poet essayist journalist literary critic Nationality German Alma mater Bonn Berlin Göttingen Period Romanticism Notable work(s) Buch der Lieder Reisebilder Germany. A Winter's Tale Atta Troll Romanzero Relative(s) Salomon Heine Christian Johann Heinrich Heine (13 December 1797 – 17 February 1856) was a journalist essayist literary critic , and one of the most significant German poets of the 19th century. He is best known outside Germany for his early lyric poetry , which was set to music in the form of Lieder (art songs) by composers such as Robert Schumann . Heine's later verse and prose is distinguished by its satirical wit and irony. His radical political views meant that many of his works were banned by the authorities in Germany. Heine spent the last 25 years of his life as an expatriate in Paris.

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    14. Mann, Heinrich - Deutschsprachige Autoren
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    Geb. 27.3.1871 in Lbeck;gest. 12.3.1950 in Santa Monica/
    Heinrich Mann ist wie sein Bruder Thomas deutscher Abstammung. Es wre verfehlt, ihn und seine Werke indie Rubrik jdischer Zersetzungs-literatur
    Kritik an der Scheinmoral des Kleinbrgertums bt M. im Professor Unrat , mit dessen Verfilmung unter dem Titel Der blaue Engel er international bekannt wird. Der Reprsentant des wilhelminischen Brgertums, der tyrannische und machtbesessene Professor Unrat, >entgleist < durch seine Liebe zur Knstlerin Frhlich und mu dadurch seinen gesellschaftlichen Untergang erleben.
    Den sieben Romanen der Vorkriegszeit folgt in den goldenen zwanziger Jahren eine Phase der Selbstbesinnung, in der M. zunchst publizistisch, dann auch wieder literarisch auf den immer offener zutagetretenden Zusammenhang von Grokapital und Politik reagiert: Diedench Heling, der Protagonist des Untertan , avanciert in dem Roman Die Armen zum Grokapitalisten, der in der Villa Hhe residiert, eine klare Anspielung auf Krupps Villa Hgel. Zu grotesken, ja sprden Formen wie der Parabel Kobes kehrt M. auch in der zweiten Phase seiner Emigration wieder zurck: dem im Henri

    15. Heinrich Böll - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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    Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (March 2010) Heinrich Theodor Böll
    Heinrich Böll (1981) Born December 21, 1917
    German Empire Died July 16, 1985
    North Rhine-Westphalia Germany Nationality German Notable award(s) Georg Büchner Prize
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    Influences Thomas Mann Edvard Kocbek Signature Heinrich Theodor Böll Germany 's foremost post- World War II writers. Böll was awarded the Georg Büchner Prize in 1967 and the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1972.
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    Böll was born in Cologne , Germany, to a Catholic , pacifist family that later opposed the rise of Nazism . He successfully resisted joining the Hitler Youth during the 1930s. He was apprenticed to a bookseller before studying German at the

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    More on Heinrich Mann from Infoplease Mann meaning and definitions Mann Definition and Pronunciation; Thomas Mann - Mann, Thomas Mann, Thomas , 1875–1955, German novelist and

    17. Mann, Heinrich - Leben Und Biographie - Literatur
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    Artismus und Gesellschaftskritik prgen das umfangreiche Werk von Heinrich Mann, der als deT bedeutendste deutschsprachige politische Schriftsteller seiner Generation angesehen wird.
    Der Bruder von Thomas -^Vlann entstammte einer angesehenen Lbecker Kaufmanns- und Senatorenfamilie. Eine Buchhandelslehre sowie ein Volontariat im S. Fischer Verlag brach er ab und lebte ab 1892 als freier Schriftsteller.
    Nach einer frhen Schaffensphase im Horizont der sthetizistischen Moderne entwickelte Mann 1905-10 in kritischer Konfrontation autoritr-obrigkeitsstaatlicher Traditionen deutscher Geschichte mit dem Republikanismus Frankreichs das Literaturkonzept eines art social. Diesem Konzept entsprechend schuf er eine Reihe sozialer Zeit- und Gesellschaftsromane, unter denen vor allem Professor Unrat, Die kleine Stadt und Der Untertan herausragen. Im politischen und geistigen Klima des Wilhelminismus gab es fr Manns programmatische litterature engagee kein Publikum. Sein satirischer Roman Der Untertan trug dem Autor nicht nur Ruhm, sondern auch hasserfllte Kritiken ein.
    In den 1920er Jahren bemhte sich Mann wie kein anderer deutscher Schriftsteller um eine deutsch-franzsische Verstndigung und suchte durch seine breite publizistische Ttigkeit eine demokratische Öffentlichkeit herzustellen.

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    Heinrich Mann Young Henry of Navarre and Henry, King of France. Heinrich Mann (1871 L beck – 1950 Los Angeles) was a writer and a leading European intellectual of the first half
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        Search Heinrich Mann: Young Henry of Navarre and Henry, King of France Heinrich Mann (1871 Lübeck – 1950 Los Angeles) was a writer and a leading European intellectual of the first half of the 20th century. From the mid-1890s until the end of his life, he produced novels, novellas, stories, plays, essays, as well as newspaper articles and speeches. His style has been called realist, satirist, expressionist, fabulist, moralist and utopian. If he is best known as the author of Professor Unrat oder das Ende eines Tyrannen The Blue Angel (1931) – it is his two-volume fictional biography of the French king, Henry IV (1553-1610), that is his most ambitious and important work. The first volume, Die Jugend des Königs Henri Quatre , was published in 1935, and the second, Die Vollendung des Königs Henri Quatre In the 1930s, Heinrich Mann was a committed political activist in the fight against fascism. He was inspired by the life of Henry IV as an example of good leadership. His narrative opens with Henry’s childhood in the Pyrenees:

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi Full name Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi Born 25 January 1743
    Electoral Palatinate Holy Roman Empire Died 10 March 1819
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    Era 19th-century philosophy Region Western Philosophy School German Idealism Main interests Common Sense Realism Religion Metaphysics Moral Philosophy Notable ideas Glaube, Offenbarung Nihilism Influenced by Adam Smith Thomas Reid David Hume Spinoza ... Mendelssohn Influenced Fichte Hegel Kierkegaard Heidegger ... Fries Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi (25 January 1743 – 10 March 1819) was an influential German philosopher literary figure socialite and the younger brother of poet Johann Georg Jacobi . He is notable for coining the term nihilism and promoting it as the prime fault of Enlightenment thought particularly in the philosophic systems of Spinoza Kant Fichte and Schelling Instead of speculative reason , he advocated Glaube (variously translated as faith or "belief") and revelation . In this sense, Jacobi anticipated present-day writers who criticize secular philosophy as relativistic and dangerous for religious faith. In his time he was also well-known among literary circles for his critique of the Sturm and Drang movement, and implicitly close associate

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