Mann in 1937
|Born||Paul Thomas Mann|
6 Juin 1875
Free City o Lübeck, German Empire
|Dee'd||12 August 1955 (aged 80)|
|Restin place||Kilchberg, Swisserland|
|Thrift||Novelist, short story writer, essayist|
|Notable warks||Buddenbrooks, The Magic Mountain, Death in Venice, Joseph and His Brothers, Doctor Faustus|
Paul Thomas Mann (German: [paʊ̯l toːmas man]; 6 Juin 1875 – 12 August 1955) wis a German novelist, short story writer, social creetic, filanthropist, essayist, an the 1929 Nobel Prize in Leeteratur laureate. His heichly seembolic an ironic epic novelles an novellas are noted for thair insicht intae the psychology o the airtist an the intellectual.
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