Huida al Norte

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Cátedra, 1991 - Fiction - 281 pages
Klaus Mann es otro de los componentes de la tan intelectualmente prolifica familia de los Mann. Huida al Norte es la primera de las cuatro novelas escritas en el exilio y esta construida sobre experiencias personales, hasta el punto de que sus modelos resultan tan reconocibles que la novela levanto numerosas suspicacias. En palabras del propio Klaus Mann, aunque es "ante todo una historia de amor, detras estan las exigencias del dia."

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About the author (1991)

Klaus Mann, son of novelist and Nobel Prize winner Thomas Mann, was born in Munich, Germany on November 18, 1906. He emigrated to the United States in the 1930's after working in the theater and journalism in his homeland. Early works, including "Kindernovele" (1926) and "Mephisto" (1936), were published in German, but later works, such as "The Turning Point" (1941), were published in English. He committed suicide in Cannes on May 21, 1949.

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