The Turning Point: Thirty-five Years in this Century

Markus Wiener, 1984 - 379 Seiten
Klaus Mann, writer of Mephisto and the oldest son of Nobel Prize winner Thomas Mann, describes the life of intellectuals in Europe before the Nazi seizure of power, then moves on to depict the restless existence of the often bohemian literary circles of writers in Paris, Zurich, Amsterdam, New York, and Hollywood in the 30s and 40s.

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