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Thomas Mann (1875 – 1955)

Nationality: German
Born: German
Periods: German: 20th Century

Considered one of the greatest German writers of the twentieth century, and winner of the 1929 Nobel Prize in literature.

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Mann, Thomas (1875-1955)
Contains: Extensive Bio
From: Encarta 1994
Thomas Mann
This page contains some useful links to resources on Mann and his works, including bibliographies at Books.com.
Contains: Sketch, Webliography, Bibliography, Works Available
From: The Nobel Prize Internet Archive
Thomas Mann – Banquet Speech
Mann’s Nobel acceptance speech, with the introductory remarks by Professor J.E. Johansson.
Contains: Interview, Commentary
Author: Thomas Mann
From: Nobel Lectures

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013