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Mann

1. Heinrich . 1871--1950, German novelist: works include Professor Unrat (1905), which was filmed as The Blue Angel (1928), and Man of Straw (1918)
2. his brother, Thomas . 1875--1955, German novelist, in the US after 1937. His works deal mainly with the problem of the artist in bourgeois society and include the short story Death in Venice (1913) and the novels Buddenbrooks (1900), The Magic Mountain (1924), and Doctor Faustus (1947): Nobel prize for literature 1929
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Manns, the very articulate setter who had 42 excellent tosses last night, said they want revenge over the Tigresses who dealt them a stunning defeat in the Water Defenders' first match.
Larry Spotted Crow Mann is not flooded with happy memories when he looks back on his childhood in Western Massachusetts.
The Manns went on to have nine children - six boys and three girls - eight of whom joined the family tradition at HP.
Thomas Mann and das Judentum: Die Vortrage des Berliner Kolloquiums der deutschen Thomas-Mann-Gesellschaft.
Although the Manns were always able to keep up their princely standard of living, the difficult times (inflation, the Nazi period with exile in France, Switzerland, and finally the United States, enmity in postwar Germany) made Katia suffer but taught her steely determination.
"Technology stocks have shown better relative earnings growth than the rest of the market," says Michael Manns, vice president and senior portfolio manager with American Express Asset Management in Minneapolis.
Water Defenders Kaylee Manns knew tougher sets are ahead and the embarrassment they caused on the Lady Dolphins could help them along the semifinals.
Mit seiner Zurcher Dissertation nimmt Philipp Gut fur sich in Anspruch, die erste umfassende Darstellung zur Frage der deutschen Kultur im Werk Thomas Manns vorgelegt zu haben.
Entzauberung der Nation: Die Reprasentation Deutschlands im Werk Thomas Manns. By JOCHEN STROBEL.
Hinter dem etwas sperrigen Titel verbirgt sich eine facettenreiche Untersuchung zu Thomas Manns haufig selbst proklamierten Anspruch auf literarisches Musizieren.
Parodie und parodistische Schreibweise in Thomas Manns 'Doktor Faustus'.