Thomas Mann

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Noun1.Thomas Mann - German writer concerned about the role of the artist in bourgeois society (1875-1955)Thomas Mann - German writer concerned about the role of the artist in bourgeois society (1875-1955)
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The author considers the association of Nazism with the devil in the literary works of German writers Klaus Mann, Thomas Mann, Else Lasker-SchEler, and Rolf Hochhuth, who saw the devil as impacting Germans' acceptance and implementation of Nazi ideas.
LISBURN YOUTH: Ryan Dowling, Harry Wilson, Cory Mann, Thomas McComb, Lee Bailie, Kyle Patton, Caolaein Young, Dominic McEnhill, Lorcan McIlroy, Ross Hull,Caoimhin McConnell; subs, Rhys Kelly, Conall Smyth, Paul Hughes, Conaill Murray.
Hans Vaget, el autor de un libro fundamental sobre Mann, Thomas Mann, der Amerikaner, ha explicado la reticencia de Mann a criticar a Estados Unidos como una muestra del agradecimiento que sentia hacia el pais que lo acogio y sugiere que fueron la nostalgia, el cansancio y el deseo de regresar a Europa a morir en lo suyo lo que lo animo a abandonar la Union Americana.
CLEVELAND: Sukhleen Mann, Thomas Cunningham, Cameron Robinson, James Hebbron, McKenzie Gillgallon, Ryan Keenan, Joe Patterson, Thomas Rymer, Max Waller, Ben Richards, Harley Harbisher and Harrison Cuthbert.