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Thomas Mann’s: Death in Venice “A Masterpiece, No Doubt” by David Gilmour

In a conversation a few days ago, Bill Hagen suggested it might be a good idea for me to outline some topics for our upcoming discussion on Death in Venice, perhaps because its style and subject matter might not suit … Continue reading

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February Selection: Thomas Mann, Death in Venice, 1913

For February, 2011, David Gilmour has selected Death in Venice by Thomas Mann (German title: Tod in Venedig, published 1913).  Awarded the Nobel literary prize in 1929, Thomas Mann (1875-1955) was a major 20th-century novelist, famous for works such as … Continue reading

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