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Feuchtwanger

Lion . 1884--1958, German novelist and dramatist, lived in the US (1940--58): noted for his historical novels, including Die h?ssliche Herzogin (1923) and Jud S?ss (1925)
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Historical fiction allowed Feuchtwanger to address Jewish dilemmas that concerned him--namely, the conflicts of Jews torn between religious community and civil society.
Feuchtwanger graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1973.
2) En su salon se reunian escritores como Alfred Doblin, Lion Feuchtwanger, Vicki Baum, Aldous Huxley, Christopher Isherwood, Emil Ludwig, Heinrich Mann, Franz Werfel y Alma Mahler Werfel; filosofos como Max Horkheimer y Theodor W.
The fact that Roth's works are widely read today--when those of similar exiled Central European writers such as Feuchtwanger, or Zweig himself, are not--is closely connected with three of the basic features of his writing which are far more apparent to us today than they were to contemporaries.
Edgar Feuchtwanger, 88, was five when Hitler, head of the rising National Socialist German Workers Party in Munich, moved into a palatial flat at Prinzregentplatz in 1929, opposite his family home.
Luego de la guerra muchos de ellos decidieron quedarse en Mexico, como la actriz Brigitte Alexander, del fotografo Walter Reuter, del artista Paul Westheim y de Franz Feuchtwanger, quien reunio una coleccion de arte precolombino muy notable y publico un libro sobre el arte en el antiguo Mexico", apunta Fischer-Defoy.
Nestled high in the mountains of Pacific Palisades overlooking the ocean, Villa Aurora is the former home of exiled German-Jewish writer Lion Feuchtwanger and his wife, Marta, who were forced to flee the Nazi regime and found refuge in Los Angeles in 1943.
He then turns to Western observers, with separate short chapters focusing in particular on the texts of Bertrand Russell, Arthur Koestler, Andre Gide, Lion Feuchtwanger, Bertolt Brecht, and, his longtime favorite and most extensively researched example, Walter Benjamin.
S Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit's decision in a 1959 case, Feuchtwanger Corp.
As a small child I wondered at the writers who stood on my grandparents' small bookshelf, with magically unpronounceable namesLeon Feuchtwanger, for example, the bestselling novelist of the 1920s whom Hitler dubbed the "number one enemy of the state.
1) It is a little-known fact that the German-Jewish emigre writer Lion Feuchtwanger (7 July 1884, Munich-21 December 1958, Los Angeles) published a play about the Salem trials before Arthur Miller did.
4) Indeed, the list of contributors to the Libro Negro, included as an appendix to the book, is a sort of who's who of German leftist authors, including such wellknown figures as Lion Feuchtwanger, Heinrich Mann, and Otto Katz (under the penname "Andre Simone"), in the group of 56 essayists.