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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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This would be done by transforming its protagonist from a flawed character who becomes a victim of anti-Semitic sentiment -- and who, in Feuchtwanger's telling, heroically rejects an opportunity to save himself from execution by converting to Christianity -- into an immoral and rapacious villain who, when he is brought down, begs (in vain) to have his life spared.
Feuchtwanger graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1973.
According to the Daily Mail, Feuchtwanger, in his book, said that 'Hitler would come to Munich at weekends, and one could tell he was at home because of the cars parked outside'.
Moreover, every year the Villa offers the Feuchtwanger Fellowship, which provides residency to a writer who is being persecuted or forced to live in exile.
In its implicit and explicit ambiguities throughout the body of the text, it was not so very different from Lion Feuchtwanger's Moscow 1937, written largely in response to Gide.
Feuchtwanger wrote a short statement about his play for the program, "Zu meinem Stuck" (About My Play).
Stephan is aware of the limitations of such a focus on the FBI and quotes from his book Im Visier des FBI: Deutsche Exilschriftsteller in den Akten amerikanischer Geheimdienste (Stuttgart: Metzler, 1995): 'Um es gleich vorwegzunehmen: Die FBI Akte von Lion Feuchtwanger hat fur den Literaturwissenschaftler im engeren Sinne relativ wenig Nachrichtenwert' (p.
The group comprised the German poet and dramatist Ernst Toller, the Austrian writer Arnold Zweig, the German novelist Leon Feuchtwanger, and the thirty-six-year-old Hungarian journalist, photographer and film-maker Stefan Lorant, former editor of the Munchener Illustrierte and the Weekly Illustrated.
The author principally concerns himself how writers such as Thomas Man, Lion Feuchtwanger, Stefan Zweig, and Joseph Roth came to settle in France and how, together with such English and French writers as H.
Her studies also included work with Peter Feuchtwanger in London and Leon Fleisher in Baltimore.
Jud Suss, by Lion Feuchtwanger, exemplifies the many times courts in the history of humankind have reached decisions tainted by politics and popular sentiment in cases involving Jews.