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  1. Rowohlt Bildmonographien: Thomas Mann (German Edition) by Klaus Schröter, 1993-12-31
  2. Death in Venice by Thomas Mann, 2005-05-31
  3. Confessions of Felix Krull, Confidence Man: The Early Years by Thomas Mann, 1992-03-31
  4. A Companion to the Works of Thomas Mann (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture) by Herbert Lehnert, 2009-05-01
  5. Death in Venice by Thomas Mann, 1999-05-01
  6. Thomas Mann's Death in Venice: A Reference Guide (Greenwood Guides to Literature) by Ellis Shookman, 2004-03-30
  7. I Buddenbrook. by Thomas Mann, 2003-12-31
  8. A Companion to Thomas Mann's Magic Mountain (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture) by Stephen D. Dowden, 2001-12-15
  9. Tristan ($1 Deutsch Edition) (German Edition) by Thomas Mann, 2009-10-01
  10. The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Mann (Cambridge Companions to Literature)
  11. Royal Highness: A Novel of German Court Life, by Thomas Mann, 2009-04-27
  12. The Cambridge Introduction to Thomas Mann (Cambridge Introductions to Literature) by Todd Kontje, 2010-11-30
  13. The Holy Sinner by Thomas Mann, 1992-01-08
  14. Stories of Three Decades by Thomas Mann, 1936

21. Mann, Thomas : The Magic Mountain (Der Zauberberg)
Genre Novel * Key Words Acculturation * Caregivers * Death and Dying * Disease and Health * DoctorPatient Relationship * Euthanasia * Freedom *
Mann, Thomas : The Magic Mountain (Der Zauberberg)
Genre: Novel Key Words: Acculturation Caregivers Death and Dying Disease and Health ... Tuberculosis Summary: Commentary: Title: The Magic Mountain (Der Zauberberg) Author's Name: Mann, Thomas Source: Editors: Publisher: Knopf Place of Publication: New York Edition: Miscellaneous: First published: 1924 Alternate Source: Editors: Transl. by: H. T. Lowe-Porter Publisher: Random House: Vintage Place of Publication: New York Edition: 1969 (paperback) Annotated by: Aull, Felice Date of Entry:

22. Michael Thomas' Website
Family research as compiled by Mike Thomas; includes the surnames Thomas, Greenhough, Stevens and Whistance.
Michael Thomas' website I live in Birmingham, England.
This site reflects some of my interests, notably in old recordings (78s) and family research. Personal Sections Musical Sections About Me Do you really want to know?
Includes links to pages about my schools. British Dance Bands Lots of information about British Dance Bands of the pre-WWII period. Family Research Some of my research into my family tree and links to my brother's extensive genealogy website Record Labels. Scans, information and some listings of (mainly British) record Labels of pre-1940 vintage. Pub Guides As an enthusiast of traditional beer (Real Ale) and lover of good home-cooked food, I've started to keep notes of pubs I visit and what I like or dislike about them. I thought other people may find this useful or interesting. MP3 files
Transferred by myself from 78s in my own collection. These are categorised by musical styles as follows:
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23. Mann Thomas In Joplin, MO 64801 - (417) 782-0050
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24. Michelle Thomas - IMDb
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25. Mann, Thomas - Encyclopedia Britannica - On History
Full Name Thomas Mann. Nationality German Activity German author. Born 0606-1875 Died 12-08-1955

26. The Tom Tryon Site By CK 2000-2001
A fan site dedicated to the actor and author, Thomas Tryon.
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28. Mann, Thomas
Mann, Thomas Later novels. The novels on which Mann was working throughout this period reflect variously the cultural crisis of his times. In 1933 he published The Tales of
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The novels on which Mann was working throughout this period reflect variously the cultural crisis of his times. In 1933 he published The Tales of Jacob (U.S. title, Joseph and His Brothers ), the first part of his four-part novel on the biblical Joseph, continued the following year in The Young Joseph and two years later with Joseph in Egypt, and completed with Joseph the Provider in 1943. In the complete work, published as Joseph and His Brothers, Mann reinterpreted the biblical story as the emergence of mobile, responsible individuality out of the tribal collective; of history out of myth; and of a human God out of the unknowable. In the first volume a timeless myth seems to be reenacted in the lives of the Hebrews. Joseph, however, though sustained by the belief that his life too is the reenactment of a myth, is thrown out of the "timeless collective" into Egypt, the world of change and history, and there learns the management of events, ideas, and himself. Though based on wide and scholarly study of history, the work is not a historical novel, and the "history" is full of irony and humour, of conscious modernization. Mann's concern is to provide a myth for his own times, capable of sustaining and directing his generation and of restoring a belief in the power of humane reason. Mann took time off from this work to write, in the same spirit, his

29. Thomas Kretschmann - IMDb
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30. Thomas Mann
Brief biography and selected works of this German author, winner of the 1929 Nobel prize for Literature.
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Thomas Mann (1875-1955) "A man lives not only his personal life, as an individual, but also, consciously or unconsciously, the life of his epoch and his contemporaries." (from The Magic Mountain Simplicissimus . Mann's first book, DER KLEINE HERR FRIEDMANN, was published in 1898. While at university, Mann became immersed in the writings of the philosophers Arthur Schopenhauer and Friedrich Nietzsche as well as in the music of composer Richard Wagner. In Buddenbrooks, Mann's early masterpiece, he used the technique of the leitmotif , which he adapted from Wagner. Mann had started the book in 1897 as a small story about one member of the family. However, the "protracted finger practice with no ulterior advantages" enlarged into a saga of a wealthy Hanseatic family, which declines from strength to decadence. The last Buddenbrook, the musically gifted young Hanno who dies of a typhoid infection; he is the first of many similar, often morally suspect aesthetes in Mann's novels, continuing in Tonio Kröger, Gustav Aschenbach, Felix Krull, and Adrian Lewerkühn. After Buddenbrooks During World War I Mann supported Kaiser's policy and attacked liberalism. In VON DEUTSCHER REPUBLIK (1923), as a semi-official spokesman for parliamentary democracy, he called the German intellectuals to support the new Weimar state.

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33. Mann, Thomas | Define Mann, Thomas At
Cultural Dictionary Mann, Thomas ( mahn ) A twentiethcentury German author. Among his best-known works are the novels The Magic Mountain and Death in Venice, Thomas?fromRef=true

34. Thomas Enqvist Fan Homepage
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36. Thomas Cooper Gotch - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Biography with a list of paintings and some further reading.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article needs additional citations for verification
Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (January 2010) The Child Enthroned My Crown and Sceptre , 1892 (the sitter appears to be Phyllis, his daughter. This was his first work in his new style: two years later, he would rework it into the more powerful The Child Enthroned , his master work Thomas Cooper Gotch (1854–1931) was an English Pre-Raphaelite painter and book illustrator, and brother of John Alfred Gotch the noted architect
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Thomas Gotch was born in 1854 in 13 Lower St, Kettering . He came from a middle-class business family who were also distinguished scholars and artists. His father, Thomas Henry Gotch (born 1805) was a shoe maker; his mother Mary Ann (born 1817 in London Ivy Lane) married Thomas Gotch in St Saviour's Church Southwark in 1847. He was sent to a local art school , went to Antwerp Ecole des Beaux Arts ) and Paris Jean-Paul Laurens ), then studied at

37. Glbtq >> Literature >> Mann, Thomas
One of Germany's greatest twentiethcentury authors, Thomas Mann encoded his own homosexuality in his novels but thought that homosexuality led to the destruction of social
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Mann, Thomas (1875-1955) page: One of Germany's greatest twentieth-century authors, Thomas Mann encoded his own homosexuality in his novels but thought that homosexuality led to the destruction of social institutions and the death of the individual homosexual. Winner of the 1929 Nobel Prize for literature, Mann bridges nineteenth-century realist fiction and the twentieth-century modernist style in his novels, short stories, and essays. Sponsor Message. sr_adspace_id = 3294807; sr_adspace_width = 300; sr_adspace_height = 250; sr_adspace_type = "graphic"; sr_ad_new_window = true; His mother, Julia da Silva-Bruhus, was the daughter of a German businessman and a Brazilian mother. Through her, Thomas became interested in music, literature, and art, which, because of his mother's parentage, Mann always associated with Southern cultures and climates. His pragmatism and work ethic derived from the Northern influence of his father, he believed.

38. Thomas Girtin - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Biography of the English landscape artist.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Jedburgh Abbey from the River (1798-99, watercolour on paper). The White House at Chelsea (1800, watercolour on paper), "Girtin's most celebrated work, was much admired by Turner." Thomas Girtin (18 February 1775 – 9 November 1802) was an English painter and etcher . A friend and rival of J. M. W. Turner , Girtin played a key role in establishing watercolour as a reputable art form.
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Thomas Girtin was born in Southwark London , the son of a well-to-do brushmaker of Huguenot descent in. His father died while Thomas was a child, and the widow married a Mr.Vaughan, a pattern- draughtsman . Girtin learnt drawing as a boy (attending classes with Thomas Malton ), and was apprenticed to Edward Dayes (1763-1804), a topographical watercolourist . He is believed to have served out his seven year term, although there are unconfirmed reports of clashes between master and apprentice, and even that Dayes had Girtin imprisoned as a refractory apprentice. Certainly Dayes did not fully appreciate his pupil's talent, and he was to write dismissively of Girtin after his death. While still a youth Girtin became friends with J. M. W. Turner

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This translation of Nobel Laureate Thomas Mann's work includes his masterpiece, "Death in Venice," plus six of the author's short stories: "Tristan," "Tonio Kroger," "Man and Dog: An Idyll," "Hour of Hardship," "Tobias Mindernickel," and "The Child Prodigy."
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Mann's "Death in Venice" and More I was grateful for the opportunity to reread "Death in Venice" in a book group, and my understanding of the work was increased by this excellent collection of seven of Mann's early short stories in a volume edited by David Luke. It is available at a modest price. The six other stories in the volume were written earlier than "Death in Venice" and show a unity of theme with this great work. Each of the stories juxtaposes the life of the artist, the outsider trying to observe and understand, with the claims of passion. The artists involved, the passions, and the results differ among the stories, but the underlying theme remains the same.

40. Thomas Newman - Film Composer
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Thomas Newman is another of Alfred Newman 's sons, David Newman 's brother, and therefore part of that very musical family which also includes Lionel Newman and Randy Newman . Thomas quickly made a name for himself with his early soundtrack work on "Reckless" and "Desperately Seeking Susan". This led to his employment on some high profile hollywood films including "Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe", "Scent of a Woman" and "The Shawshank Redemption" where he has displayed an easy ability to both use and mix a wide variety of traditional and popular styles. Since this inauguration, his career has seemed to grow exponentially, with recent years building a CV putting him at the top of the profession with "Up Close and Personal", "The Horse Whisperer", "The Green Mile", Meet Joe Black , "American Beauty", "Erin Brockovich" and The Road to Perdition Among Newman's supreme talents is the ability to musically paint great subtleties of mood and emotion. This was ably demonstrated on the soundtrack to "The Horse Whisperer", whose early scenes in New York use dreamlike music to establish the events before and after the accident which physically and emotionally scars a young girl and her horse, affecting her family. When the horse is taken to the Whisperer in Montana the music takes on a slight touch of country, and then superbly highlights the trials and steps leading to recovery, which also entangle the lives of those involved. Although the music in this film is quite prominent, sometimes Newman's music is required to take a back seat. This was evident in movies such as "In the Bedroom" where he was able to subtly heighten scenes of apparent normality and suggest all sorts of thoughts that might lurk under the surface.

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