Der Tod in Venedig
Pages no: 140
Edition language: Deutsch
, European Literature
, 20th Century
, German Literature
, Short Stories
Gustav von Aschenbach, whose work is famous for its intellectual brilliance, finds his creativity waning. He decides to allow a more cerebral approach to writing, musing that the perfect art is based on thought and feeling becoming one. To allow more passion into his life he decides to travel to Ita...
Extrêmement bien écrit, très poétique, à mes yeux respectueux et touchant, une distance maîtrisée, une certaine douceur. Un récit d'une fin de vie et d'un dernier émoi intéressant.
At first, it was quite boring. After that, it became interesting with all the details about Venice, it was like I was there again. I felt how every word of his is making my heart warmer. And then there was this love about that boy that I couldn't understand. Was it father-son love, or was it some ki...
So dense, so lush... exquisite. Mann was a genius. And to all those moral apostles pointing their finger at him through the bars of their cages of social normality - please don't judge. Judging art is like judging humanity, because art is the only form left for the soul to express itself in a world ...
prvi put čitam Mana i prezadovoljan sam
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