Definition of Mann, Thomas in English:

Mann, Thomas

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( 1875–1955), German novelist and essayist. The role and character of the artist in relation to society is a constant theme in his works. Notable works: Buddenbrooks (1901), Death in Venice (1912), and Dr Faustus (1947). Nobel Prize for Literature (1929).

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