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Klaus Mann
Birth date: November 18, 1906
Died: May 21, 1949
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BrokenTune
BrokenTune rated it 3 years ago
This contains spoilers. Here's a first: a Klaus Mann novel I was looking forward to but that I ended up wanting to finish very quickly because I wanted the book to end and wanted to move on to something else. This was Mann's first book after having to emigrate from Germany. The story features a...
BrokenTune
BrokenTune rated it 5 years ago
The more of Klaus Mann's work I read, the more of a fan I become. It took me a while to read Treffpunkt im Unendlichen not because I the book wasn't good, but because I needed to get rid of some other distractions to spend time sinking into the book. Luckily, I have finally had that lazy Sunday t...
BrokenTune
BrokenTune rated it 7 years ago
"The baby carriage is the paradise lost. The only happy period in our life is that part of it we spent asleep. There is no happiness where there is memory. To remember things means to yearn for the past. Our nostalgia begins with out consciousness." I nearly started this post pointing out again th...
The Bookworm's Den
The Bookworm's Den rated it 8 years ago
Loved this book! It was a little bit hard to get into at the beginning because of the time jump and the fact that there are pretty much next to no likeable characters in it - but it ended up being a hugely exciting read! As a reader one is constantly asked to reevaluate one's opinion of the actor/di...
DES
DES rated it 8 years ago
The language and structure is neither riveting nor convincing, but the storyline carries one along Alexanders life. Not a masterpiece but a fast moving story on his life.
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