Buddenbrooks

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Re-Image Publishing, May 16, 2017 - Fiction - 660 pages

Thomas Mann erzählt in seinem Roman "Buddenbrooks" den allmählichen Abstieg einer reichen Kaufmannsfamilie aus dem hanseatischen Bürgertum über mehrere Generationen hinweg. Er stellt in seinem Werk, das 1901 veröffentlicht wurde, die Frage nach den Bedingungen bürgerlicher Existenz, ihren Widersprüchlichkeiten, Zwängen und möglichen Gegenentwürfen, wie sie sich etwa in der Existenz des "freien" Künstlers andeutet

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About the author (2017)

A professional artist for over 40 years, Thomas Mann is best known for his “Techno-Romantic” style of jewelry, which juxtaposes contemporary technology and construction techniques with historical romantic imagery. Thomas has appeared on NPR’s Talk of the Nation, PBS’s Nightly Business Report, and, most recently was featured in PBS’s award-winning series, Craft in America. Thomas has expanded his role as a veteran professional artist to include a focus on education through his educational brand, studioFLUX. Thomas Mann lives in New Orleans, LA.

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