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Thomas Mann (1) (1875–1955)

Author of The Magic Mountain

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About the Author

Thomas Mann was born into a well-to-do upper class family in Lubeck, Germany. His mother was a talented musician and his father a successful merchant. From this background, Mann derived one of his dominant themes, the clash of views between the artist and the merchant. Mann's novel, Buddenbrooks show more (1901), traces the declining fortunes of a merchant family much like his own as it gradually loses interest in business but gains an increasing artistic awareness. Mann was only 26 years old when this novel made him one of Germany's leading writers. Mann went on to write The Magic Mountain (1924), in which he studies the isolated world of the tuberculosis sanitarium. The novel was based on his wife's confinement in such an institution. Doctor Faustus (1947), his masterpiece, describes the life of a composer who sells his soul to the devil as a price for musical genius. Mann is also well known for Death in Venice (1912) and Mario the Magician (1930), both of which portray the tensions and disturbances in the lives of artists. His last unfinished work is The Confessions of Felix Krull, Confidence Man (1954), a brilliantly ironic story about a nineteenth-century swindler. An avowed anti-Nazi, Mann left Germany and lived in the United States during World War II. He returned to Switzerland after the war and became a celebrated literary figure in both East and West Germany. In 1929 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature. (Bowker Author Biography) show less
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Series

Works by Thomas Mann

The Magic Mountain (1924) 9,644 copies
Death in Venice (1902) 5,373 copies
Doctor Faustus (1947) 4,116 copies
Death in Venice and Seven Other Stories (1954) — Author — 2,386 copies
The Holy Sinner (1951) — Author — 877 copies
Lotte in Weimar (1939) — Author — 808 copies
Death in Venice and Other Stories (1903) — Author — 732 copies
Royal Highness (1909) 600 copies
Tonio Kröger (1903) 593 copies
Death in Venice and Other Tales (1998) — Author — 497 copies
Joseph in Egypt (1936) — Author — 483 copies
Reflections of a Nonpolitical Man (1943) — Author — 480 copies
Death in Venice / Tristan / Tonio Kröger (1902) — Author — 430 copies
Tonio Kröger / Mario and the Magician (1974) — Author — 371 copies
Stories of Three Decades (1936) — Author — 325 copies
Der Tod in Venedig und andere Erzählungen (1912) — Author — 316 copies
The Transposed Heads: A Legend of India (1940) — Author — 313 copies
Mario and the Magician (1929) — Author — 298 copies
The Black Swan (1953) — Author — 264 copies
Death in Venice and Other Stories (Signet Classics) (1999) — Author — 241 copies
The Tales of Jacob (1933) — Author — 233 copies
A Man and His Dog (1918) — Author — 225 copies
Young Joseph (1934) — Author — 217 copies
Tristan (1903) — Author — 207 copies
Die Erzählungen (1961) 187 copies
The Tables of the Law (1945) — Author — 141 copies
Essays of Three Decades (1947) 137 copies
The Magic Mountain Vol. 1 (1924) — Author — 128 copies
Diaries, 1918-1939 (1982) 123 copies
Death in Venice / Mario and the Magician (1912) — Author — 123 copies
The Magic Mountain Vol. 2 (1924) — Author — 109 copies
Death in Venice / Tonio Kröger (1900) — Author — 91 copies
De dood in Venetië en andere verhalen (1989) — Author — 76 copies
Joseph in Egypt Volume Two (1938) 64 copies
Six Early Stories (1997) 56 copies
Joseph in Egypt Volume One (1938) 55 copies
Buddenbrooks Vol. 1 (1901) — Author — 54 copies
Relato de mi vida (1960) 48 copies
Correspondence: 1943-1955 (2003) 48 copies
Pro and Contra Wagner (1977) 47 copies
Kuolema Venetsiassa ja muita kertomuksia (1960) — Author — 47 copies
The Blood of the Walsungs (1905) — Author — 46 copies
The Thomas Mann Reader (1950) 44 copies
The Living Thoughts of Schopenhauer (1938) — Editor, some editions — 39 copies
Disorder and Early Sorrow (1925) — Author — 39 copies
Death in Venice / The Tables of the Law (1964) — Author — 39 copies
Last Essays (1958) 35 copies
Meerfahrt mit Don Quijote (1960) — Author — 32 copies
Five Stories (1777) 31 copies
Buddenbrooks Vol. 2 (1925) — Author — 30 copies
Meistererzählungen (1945) — Author — 30 copies
Past Masters (1935) 30 copies
Little Herr Friedemann (1897) 28 copies
Die Erzahlungen Erster Band (1975) 27 copies
Schwere Stunde. Erzählungen 1903 - 1912 (1991) — Author — 26 copies
Germany and the Germans (1945) 26 copies
Freud, Goethe, Wagner (1937) 24 copies
Sämtliche Erzählungen (1976) 24 copies
Tagebücher, 1933-1934 (1977) 23 copies
Romanzi brevi (1903) 23 copies
Venice (Chronicles Abroad) (1994) 22 copies
This War (1940) 22 copies
La caída (1978) 22 copies
Tagebücher, 1918-1921 (1979) 19 copies
The Child Prodigy (2007) — Author — 19 copies
Die Erzählungen II. (1975) 18 copies
Der Zauberberg (2000) 17 copies
Sämtliche Erzählungen (1985) 17 copies
Tagebücher, 1940-1943 (1982) 17 copies
Death in Venice / Tristan (1965) — Author — 16 copies
Two Stories (German Texts) (1969) 16 copies
This Peace (1938) 16 copies
Tagebücher, 1935-1936 (1978) 16 copies
Mijn tijd : essay (2004) 15 copies
Three Essays (1929) 15 copies
Romanzi brevi (1989) — Author — 15 copies
Ausgewählte Erzählungen (1947) 15 copies
Erzählungen (1990) — Author — 15 copies
Tagebücher, 1937-1939 (1980) 14 copies
Royal Highness / Lotte in Weimar (1939) — Author — 14 copies
Tagebücher, 1944-1.4.1946 (1986) 14 copies
Stories (1777) 13 copies
Richard Wagner y la música (1986) 12 copies
Briefwechsel 1900-1949 (1998) 12 copies
Tagebücher, 1949-1950 (1991) 12 copies
Briefe 1889-1936 (1961) 11 copies
DE LA ESTIRPE DE ODIN (1966) 11 copies
Tagebücher, 1953-1955 (1995) 11 copies
Stories and episodes (1940) 11 copies
Contos (Portuguese Edition) (2015) 11 copies
Autobiographisches (1968) 10 copies
Versuch über Schiller (1955) 10 copies
De weg naar het kerkhof (1901) — Author — 9 copies
Meisternovellen (1955) 9 copies
Das große Lesebuch (2005) 9 copies
Señor y perro Tonio Kröger (1984) — Author — 9 copies
Fiorenza (2008) 9 copies
Über deutsche Literatur (1965) — Author — 9 copies
Die Forderung des Tages (1986) 8 copies
Resoconto parigino (1926) 8 copies
Von Deutscher Republik. (1923) 8 copies
Racconti 8 copies
ESCRITOR E SUA MISSÃO, O (2011) 8 copies
Lettere (1986) 7 copies
Goethe et Tolstoï (1932) 7 copies
Children & fools (1970) 7 copies
Neue Studien 6 copies
Thomas Manns Tonio Kroger Als Weg Zur Literatur (1974) — Author — 6 copies
Relato de mi vida (2016) 6 copies
Thamar (1956) — Author — 6 copies
Lettera sul matrimonio (1999) 5 copies
Romanzi (2007) — Author — 5 copies
Novelle 5 copies
Opowiadania (1930) 5 copies
Fiorenza. CD. (1995) 5 copies
Essays I: Literatur (1977) 5 copies
Efendi ile Köpeği (2015) 5 copies
Buddenbrooks. 22 CDs (2001) 5 copies
Carobni breg 1 5 copies
Новеллы 5 copies
Stories of a lifetime (1970) 5 copies
Novellák 4 copies
Järnvägsolyckan (1957) — Author — 4 copies
Cuentos Selectos (2013) 4 copies
Päiden vaihdos ; Laki (1987) 4 copies
A. P. Chekhov 4 copies
Cervantes, Goethe, Freud (2004) 4 copies
Miszellen 4 copies
Romanzi brevi (1989) — Author — 4 copies
Novellen (1930) 3 copies
En casa del profeta (1983) 3 copies
Diarios 1937-1939 (1987) 3 copies
Carobni breg 2 3 copies
Dialogo — Author — 3 copies
I racconti 3 copies
SECME OYKULER — Author — 3 copies
Noveller 3 copies
Die Damengesellschaft (2004) 3 copies
Yol Hikayeleri (2022) 3 copies
Der Tod in Venedig und andere Erzählungen (2006) — Author — 3 copies
Die Romane (1990) 3 copies
Tristan Mario y el mago — Author — 3 copies
Saggi su Goethe 3 copies
Over Menno ter Braak — Author — 3 copies
Schriften zur Politik (1992) 3 copies
Essays, Bd.6, Meine Zeit (1997) 2 copies
Notizbücher 1 - 6 (1991) 2 copies
Briefwechsel 1937-1955 (1992) 2 copies
Düşkün 2 copies
Déception 2 copies
This Quarter 2 copies
Goethe et tolstoi (1967) 2 copies
Erzählungen (2003) 2 copies
Die Hungernden 2 copies
Novelly (2004) 2 copies
Thomas Mann's Buddenbrooks [1979 TV series] (2009) — Author — 2 copies
Deutsche Meister (1999) 2 copies
Gespräch in Briefen (1960) 2 copies
Niemöller 2 copies
Lumturia — Author — 2 copies
Wybraniec 2 copies
Erzaehlungen (2002) 2 copies
Die Begegnung 2 copies
Textos críticos (1900) 2 copies
Zwei Festreden 2 copies
Perduta 2 copies
A Brother 2 copies
Moje czasy 1 copy
Zor Saat 1 copy
Railway Accident [short fiction] — Author — 1 copy
Úr és kutya (2015) 1 copy
Schwere Stunde — Author — 1 copy
Nietzsche in the light of modern experience (1948) — Author — 1 copy
Eseje (2006) 1 copy
Collegheft 1894 - 1895 (2001) 1 copy
Thomas Mann Stories. (1978) 1 copy
Erzählungen. (1975) — Author — 1 copy
Erzählungen (1988) — Author — 1 copy
十誡 (1948年) (1948) 1 copy
Eleito, O (2000) 1 copy
Erzälungen — Author — 1 copy
Os Famintos 1 copy
Thomas Mann: Novellen (2008) 1 copy
Thomas Mann 1 copy
Werke 1 copy
Yusuf Ve Kardesleri 3 (2000) 1 copy
Theodor-Storm-Essay (1996) 1 copy
Opere 1 copy
Mann on Mann 1 copy
Appels aux Allemands (1989) 1 copy
Geleitwort 1 copy
Reisebericht 1 copy
Weathering (2009) 1 copy
Scrisori 1 copy
Drie essays 1 copy
Briefe 1 copy
Essays 1 copy
Mnchen als Kulturzentrum — Author — 1 copy
Nuvele 1 copy
Les exigences du jour (2003) 1 copy
Richard Wagner (2017) 1 copy
[Franz Werfel] (2011) 1 copy
Lou Lou (2008) 1 copy
Thomas Mann Brevier (1994) — Author — 1 copy
Nagy Frigyes 1 copy
Indijska legenda (1940) 1 copy
巴里日記 1 copy
Ensaios 1 copy
Duas Novelas 1 copy
Levelek 1 copy
Opowiadania 1 copy

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Demian (1958) — Introduction, some editions — 7,384 copies
Life of a Good-for-Nothing (1826) — Contributor, some editions — 846 copies
Peter Schlemihl (1814) — Afterword, some editions — 685 copies
The Spy's Bedside Book (1957) — Contributor — 358 copies
Best Short Stories of the Modern Age (1962) — Contributor, some editions — 335 copies
The World's Greatest Short Stories (2006) — Contributor — 273 copies
A World of Great Stories (1947) 263 copies
Passionate Journey (1919) — Introduction, some editions — 193 copies
The Penguin Book of International Gay Writing (1995) — Contributor — 179 copies
Sixteen Short Novels (1985) — Contributor — 177 copies
The Short Novels of Dostoevsky (1945) — Introduction, some editions — 157 copies
Short Novels of the Masters (1948) — Contributor — 156 copies
The Penguin Book of Ghost Stories (1984) — Contributor — 122 copies
Great Modern European Short Stories (1969) — Contributor — 113 copies
Magical Realist Fiction: An Anthology (1984) — Contributor — 113 copies
Great German Short Novels and Stories (1933) — Contributor — 105 copies
Novellen (1810) — Introduction, some editions — 104 copies
Death in Venice [1971 film] (1971) — Original book — 102 copies
German Stories and Tales (1954) — Contributor — 100 copies
German stories. Deutsche Novellen (1961) — Contributor — 96 copies
An Outline of Psychoanalysis / Civilization and Its Discontents (1953) — Afterword, some editions — 91 copies
Great German Short Stories (1960) — Contributor — 84 copies
Die Manns: Geschichte einer Familie (2015) — Author — 80 copies
Great Stories by Nobel Prize Winners (1959) — Contributor — 77 copies
The Folio Book of Short Novels (1995) — Contributor — 77 copies
Ten Modern Masters: An Anthology of the Short Story (1953) — Contributor — 73 copies
Arguing Comics: Literary Masters on a Popular Medium (1656) — Contributor — 71 copies
Great German Short Novels and Stories (1933) — Contributor — 59 copies
Meta-Politics: The Roots of the Nazi Mind (1941) — Contributor, some editions — 59 copies
Strangeness (1977) — Contributor — 52 copies
Eleven Modern Short Novels (1970) — Contributor — 49 copies
XII Twelve Short Novels (1961) — Contributor — 34 copies
Buddenbrooks [2008 film] (2008) — Original book — 28 copies
Ten Modern Short Novels (1958) — Contributor — 27 copies
Lettere della resistenza europea (1954) — Preface, some editions — 26 copies
Oscar Wilde: A Collection of Critical Essays (1969) — Contributor — 26 copies
The Book Lovers (1976) — Contributor — 26 copies
The Seas of God: Great Stories of the Human Spirit (1944) — Contributor — 25 copies
German Essays on Music (1994) — Contributor — 19 copies
Nine Short Novels (1952) — Contributor — 17 copies
Voor het einde 33 Duitse verhalen uit de jaren 1900-1933 (1977) — Contributor — 13 copies
Tyskland forteller : tyske noveller (1972) — Contributor — 12 copies
Erzähler des S. Fischer Verlages 1886-1978 (2018) — Author — 9 copies
Deutsche Erzählungen III. Deutsch - Englisch. (1988) — Contributor — 6 copies
Moderne Erzähler 14 (1990) 5 copies
Strange Desires (1954) — Contributor — 5 copies
Ten German Novellas — Contributor — 4 copies
Twelve short novels (1976) — Contributor — 3 copies
Modern Short Stories — Contributor — 3 copies
Modern Short Stories — Contributor — 2 copies
Ewiges Ãgypten (1962) — Contributor — 2 copies
50 seltsame Geschichten — Contributor — 1 copy
Moderne Erzähler 17 — Author — 1 copy
Deutsche Erzählungen (1957) — Contributor — 1 copy

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Mann: Death in Venice in Author Theme Reads (May 2014)
Mann: Tonio Kroger SPOILERS THREAD in Author Theme Reads (May 2014)
Introducing Thomas Mann in Author Theme Reads (February 2014)
The Magic Mountain : A safe descent. in Le Salon Littéraire du Peuple pour le Peuple (May 2012)
The Magic Mountain: On our way to the top ! in Le Salon Littéraire du Peuple pour le Peuple (November 2011)
The Magic Mountain : On our way to the camp 2 in Le Salon Littéraire du Peuple pour le Peuple (November 2011)
The Magic Mountain : On our way to the camp 1 in Le Salon Littéraire du Peuple pour le Peuple (October 2011)

Reviews

What can I possibly say? It's beautiful. I'd put this high up on my list of favorite classics.
 
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CADesertReader | 175 other reviews | May 8, 2024 |
Buddenbrooks.

The name alone conjures up richness, grandeur, and decay. A sense of history pummelling us into submission, and of small moments lodged alongside great ones. I'm not as well-read in Mann as I should be (he seems, these days, to be one of the shibboleths of the literary establishment), but Buddenbrooks is the very definition of a classic.

Four generations of 19th century Germans across 700 pages sounds like a cruel ask, but Mann is writing with a style that is Stendhal crossed with Zola, although he lacks the cynicism of either of those gentlemen. Indeed, for all of his symbols of elegant decay, one gets the sense that Mann rather empathises with this beguiling family.

If you're going to join the clan, you can't go wrong with John E. Wood's famous translation. Straightforward, poetic, and compelling:

"The consul climbed the stairs to his living quarters, and the old man groped his way down along the banister to the mezzanine. Then the rambling old house lay tightly wrapped in darkness and silence. Pride, hope, and fear all slept, while rain pelted the deserted streets and an autumn wind whistled around corners and gables."

Every character in the extended family is beautifully realised, from resentful old Thomas to larrikin Christian, their determined sister Tony (my favourite character) and grey-haired old Ida. The book is written in a succession of very short chapters, creating a sense of the piling up of moments like individual knitting loops that come together to form a rich tapestry - or, for that matter, the lines drawn in the old, gold-striped family notebook representing each branch of the family, so childishly (yet ominously) crossed out by the young Hanno, certain before his maturity that there will be no more. Think of the party that opens the novel, or Hanno's captivating piano recital.

"Is that how the world works - like a pretty melody? That's merely flimsy idealism."

Of course, you don't need silly old me to tell you that Mann was a literary luminary. Still, I can't emphasise enough the ease and poignance of this great novel. It shouldn't be an intimidating classic, by any means.
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therebelprince | 108 other reviews | Apr 21, 2024 |
This book, written in 1924, is considered by many to be one of the most important books of the 20th century. Hans Castorp leaves his "flat-land" home in Germany and travels to a tuberculosis sanatorium in the mountains of Switzerland. What began as a visit became a seven-year stay. The "veil" is drawn and he becomes a hermetic somnambulist, on the "magic mountain", losing all connection to his former life, only to "awaken" suddenly, like a modern-day Rip Van Winkle.
Mann uses the main characters to speculate about time, life, death, illness, religion, love, sexuality, morality, history, and politics, therefore, the narrative devolves into tedious monologues that are sometimes torturous to read. For instance:
"What is time? A mystery, a figment- and all-powerful. It conditions the exterior world, it is motion married to and mingled with the existence of bodies in space, and with the motion of these. Would there then be no time if there were no motion? No motion if no time? We fondly ask. Is time a function of Space? Or space of time? Or are they identical? Echo answers. Time is functional, it can be referred to as action; we say a thing's "brought about" by time. What sort of thing? Change!
Now is not then, her not there, for between them lies motion." But the motion by which one measures time is circular, is in a closed circle; and might almost equally be described as rest. as cessation of movement- for the there repeats itself constantly in the here, the past in the present. Furthermore...."
You get the picture. There is very little action. The characters eat, rest, "take stock", stroll, and philosophize...and all are described in excruciating detail. Some interesting events. Castorp gets lost in a blizzard and has an allegorical dream (the famous chapter entitled "Snow"). Castorp attends a seance. Of course, Mann takes the opportunity to "enrich" this with the a discussion on metaphysics. Near the end of the book, there is a duel, which includes an explanation the relationship between dueling and chivalry:
"The duel, my friend, is not an 'arrangement', like another. It is the ultimate, the return to a state of nature, slightly, mitigated by regulations which are chivalrous in character but extremely superficial. The essential nature of the thing remains the primitive, the physical struggle; and however civilized a man is, it is his duty to be ready for such a contingency, which many any day arise....it is the duty of a man to remain a man."
Lastly, after 729 mostly agonizing pages, the ending was a disappointment. But I will leave it to you, dear readers to make your own opinion about that.
It is interesting to note that only a year later, Ernest Hemingway published "In Our Time", followed by his novel "The Sun Also Rises" in 1927; Fitzgerald published "The Great Gatsby" in 1925. I prefer the more succinct style of Hemingway, or the lyrical style of Fitzgerald to the didactic, philosophical, wordy style of Mann.
2.5 rounded up to 3. The seance and duel were enjoyable to read. They could have been short stories on their own, and held surprises!
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Chrissylou62 | 175 other reviews | Apr 11, 2024 |
Very much enjoyed
 
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