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  1. Death in Venice and Other Stories (Signet Classics) by Thomas Mann, 2006-11-07
  2. Joseph and His Brothers: The Stories of Jacob, Young Joseph, Joseph in Egypt, Joseph the Provider by Thomas Mann, 2005-05
  3. The Magic Mountain by Thomas Mann, 1996-10-01
  4. Death in Venice: And Seven Other Stories by Thomas Mann, 1989-03-13
  5. Buddenbrooks: The Decline of a Family (Everyman's Library) by Thomas Mann, 1994-10-04
  6. Doctor Faustus : The Life of the German Composer Adrian Leverkuhn As Told by a Friend by Thomas Mann, 1999-07-27
  7. The Magic Mountain (Everyman's Library) by Thomas Mann, 2005-06-21
  8. Thomas Mann: Metal Artist by Andrei Codrescu, Lloyd E. Herman, et all 2001-10
  9. Death in Venice by Thomas Mann, 2004-06-01
  10. The Black Swan by Thomas Mann, 1990-10-16
  11. Thomas Mann's Joseph and His Brothers: Writing, Performance, and the Politics of Loyalty (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture) by William E. McDonald, 1999-07-02
  12. Doctor Faustus (Everyman's Library) by Thomas Mann, H. T. Lowe-Porter, 1992-06-02
  13. The Transposed Heads: A Legend of India by Thomas Mann, 1959-09-12
  14. Georg Lukacs and Thomas Mann: A Study in the Sociology of Literature by Judith Marcus, 1988-03

1. Mann, Thomas
Mann, Thomas Mann, Thomas (18751955), self-exiled German novelist and winner of the 1929 Nobel Prize in Literature, lived in Princeton for two and a half years 1938-1941, and
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Mann, Thomas (1875-1955), self-exiled German novelist and winner of the 1929 Nobel Prize in Literature, lived in Princeton for two and a half years 1938-1941, and was formally associated with the University during the academic years 1938-1940. Mann had left Germany in 1933 when Hitler rose to power. After five years in Switzerland he was encouraged by friends to settle in this country, and President Dodds and Dean Gauss persuaded him to accept appointment as a lecturer in the University. While here Mann gave public lectures on Goethe, Wagner, and Freud and guest lectures in upperclass courses on the German romantic movement and the European novel. The University made him a Doctor of Letters honoris causa at a special convocation in Nassau Hall in May 1939. In a moving response Mann expressed gratitude for his new home in America and spoke of gratitude in general: ``To be grateful for all life's blessings, . . . is the best condition for a happy life. A joke, a good meal, a fine spring day, a work of art, a human personality, a voice, a glance but this is not all. For there is another kind of gratitude . . . the feeling that makes us thankful for suffering, for the hard and heavy things of life, for the deepening of our natures which perhaps only suffering can bring.'' During their stay in Princeton Mr. and Mrs. Mann lived in the red brick Georgian house at the corner of Stockton Street and Library Place. Here, working three or four hours every morning, seven days a week, he completed

2. Thomas Mann (1875-1955) German Writer.
(18751955) German writer. Thomas Mann was the winner of the 1929 Nobel Laureate in Literature principially for his great novel, Buddenbrooks, which has won steadily increased
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  • (1875-1955) German writer. Thomas Mann was the winner of the 1929 Nobel Laureate in Literature principially for his great novel, "Buddenbrooks," which has won steadily increased recognition.
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    3. Mann, Thomas LiteraryTraveler.com
    Thomas Mann's Munich A Lone Trip to Germany November 30, 2007 Thomas Mann's famous first line in Gladius Dei was imprinted in my mind. For one year I had studied and dreamed
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    4. Thomas Mann Biography
    Thomas Mann biography and related resources. Thomas Mann (June 6, 1875 August 12, 1955) was a German writer and Nobel laureate.
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    Biography Base Home Link To Us Search Biographies: Browse Biographies A B C D ... Z Thomas Mann Biography Thomas Mann (June 6, 1875 - August 12, 1955) was a German writer and Nobel laureate.
    Mann was born in Lbeck. His father was a senator and grain merchant, but died when his son was only 15. The family then moved to Munich, where Mann lived from 1891 until 1933, with the exception of a brief one-year stay in Palestrina, Italy with his brother Heinrich in his early career. He married Katja Pringsheim, daughter of a prominent, secularized Jewish family of intellectuals. He emigrated from Nazi Germany to Ksnacht near Zrich, Switzerland in 1933, then in 1942 to Pacific Palisades, California, USA, returned to Europe in 1952, and lived in Kilchberg near Zrich where he died in 1955.
    He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1929, for Buddenbrooks.
    He was the younger brother of Heinrich Mann.
    He was the father of Klaus, Erika, Golo (Angelus Gottfried Thomas), Monika, Elisabeth and Michael Mann.
    Most of his novels deal with the tension between the unsteady,death-loving artist and the law-obeying, life-affirming citizen. Mann's diaries, unsealed in 1975, speak movingly of his own struggles with his homosexual desires, which found reflection in his works. Mann described his feelings for young violinist and painter Paul Ehrenberg the "central experience of my heart".
    Some of his works are frequently included in the Western canon.

    5. Thomas Mann - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Mann, Thomas Alternative names Paul Thomas Mann Short description German novelist, social critic, philanthropist, essayist, and Nobel Prize laureate
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    Thomas Mann
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    Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (November 2007) This article may need to be rewritten entirely to comply with Wikipedia's quality standards You can help . The discussion page may contain suggestions. (September 2010) For other people named Thomas Mann, see Thomas Mann (disambiguation) Thomas Mann
    Mann in 1937 Born Paul Thomas Mann
    6 June 1875
    Lübeck
    , Germany Died 12 August 1955
    Zürich
    , Switzerland Occupation Novelist, short story writer, essayist Period Genres Bildungsroman , Historical novel, Picaresque Notable work(s) Buddenbrooks The Magic Mountain Death in Venice Notable award(s) Nobel Prize in Literature
    Influences Dostoevsky Stirner Fontane Freud ... Melville Influenced Hesse Sontag Lukács Adorno ... Stevens Signature Thomas Mann Nobel Prize laureate , known for his series of highly symbolic and ironic epic novels and novellas, noted for their insight into the psychology of the artist and the intellectual. His analysis and critique of the European and German soul used modernized German and Biblical stories, as well as the ideas of Goethe Nietzsche , and Schopenhauer . His older brother was the radical writer Heinrich Mann , and three of his six children, Erika Mann Klaus Mann and Golo Mann , also became important German writers. When

    6. Mann, Thomas (Harper's Magazine)
    October 2010. AMERICAN ELECTRA Feminism’s Ritual Matricide By Susan Faludi. THIRTY DAYS AS A CUBAN Pinching Pesos and Dropping Pounds in Havana By Patrick Symmes
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    7. Thomas Gray - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Wikipedia s entry for Thomas Gray with useful further links.
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    Thomas Gray
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Thomas Gray (disambiguation) This article includes a list of references , related reading or external links , but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate (September 2010) Thomas Gray
    Portrait by John Giles Eccardt Born 26 December 1716
    Cornhill, London
    , England Died 30 July 1771
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    , England Occupation poet, historian Thomas Gray (26 December 1716 – 30 July 1771) was an English poet, classical scholar and professor at Cambridge University
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    Thomas Gray was born in Cornhill, London , the son of an exchange broker and a milliner. He was the fifth of 12 children and the only child in his family to survive infancy. He lived with his mother after she left his abusive father. He was educated at Eton College where his uncle was one of the masters. He recalled his schooldays as a time of great happiness, as is evident in his Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College . Gray was a delicate and naturally scholarly boy who spent his time reading great literature and avoiding athletics . It was probably fortunate for the young and sensitive Gray that he was able to live in his uncle’s household rather than at college. He made three close friends at Eton: Horace Walpole , son of Prime Minister Robert Walpole Thomas Ashton , and

    8. Mann, Thomas Definition Of Mann, Thomas In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Mann, Thomas (tō`m s m n), 1875–1955, German novelist and essayist, the outstanding German novelist of the 20th cent., b. L beck; brother of Heinrich Mann Mann, Heinrich
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    9. Mann, Thomas - Culture
    Definition of Mann, Thomas from The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy.
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    10. Thomas Heywood: Monologues
    An index of monologues by Thomas Heywood.
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    MONOLOGUES BY THOMAS HEYWOOD: RELATED LINKS: Find articles on THOMAS HEYWOOD: MONOLOGUE INDEX Comic Monologues for Men Comic Monologues for Women Dramatic Monologues for Men Dramatic Monologues for Women ... Monologues for Children BROWSE MONOLOGUES BY PLAYWRIGHT: A B C D ... Email Us onologuearchive.com

    11. Mann, Thomas - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Mann, Thomas
    Mann, Thomas (1875–1955) German novelist and critic. A largely subjective artist, he drew his themes from his own experiences and inner thoughts.
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    New York Aflred A Knopf 1935 1st U S Edition A Fine copy in the rare dustwrapper Flyleaf has been trimmed short at bottom edge Very mild chipping to headpiece of dustwrapper
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    13. Thomas Dekker: Poems
    An index of poetry by Thomas Dekker.
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    14. Mann, Thomas - Definition Of Mann, Thomas By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesaur
    Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Thomas Mann German writer concerned about the role of the artist in bourgeois society (1875-1955)
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    15. Mann, Thomas (Tom) (1856 - 1941) Biographical Entry - Australian Dictionary Of B
    Mann, Thomas (Tom) (1856 1941) Biographical Entry - The Australian Dictionary of Biography Online, or ADB Online, is a biographical dictionary featuring concise, informative
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    16. Thomas Dekker: Monologues
    An index of monologues by Thomas Dekker.
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    MONOLOGUES BY THOMAS DEKKER: RELATED LINKS: Find articles on THOMAS DEKKER: MONOLOGUE INDEX Comic Monologues for Men Comic Monologues for Women Dramatic Monologues for Men Dramatic Monologues for Women ... Monologues for Children BROWSE MONOLOGUES BY PLAYWRIGHT: A B C D ... Email Us onologuearchive.com

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    18. Mann, Thomas
    Mann, Thomas (1875–1955) German novelist and critic. A largely subjective artist, he drew his themes from his own experiences and inner thoughts.
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    19. Roger Thomas's Genealogy
    Family history as compiled by Roger Thomas. Includes the surnames Thomas, Cundall, Chew, Frankland and Wing.
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    Roger Thomas's Family History Research Home Ancestors (Tree) Ancestors (Pics) Links ... Contact me Roger Thomas Welcome to my genealogy page.
    I am Roger Thomas , and I live near Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, U.K.
    I'm researching, together with my brother Mike Thomas , the Thomas family history
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    20. Mann, Thomas | Define Mann, Thomas At Dictionary.com
    Cultural Dictionary Mann, Thomas ( mahn ) A twentiethcentury German author. Among his best-known works are the novels The Magic Mountain and Death in Venice
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