writer, Nobel Prize laureate

Thomas Mann

Thomas Mann was a writer. Among his best-known works are the novels The Magic Mountain (1924), Doctor Faustus (1947) and Joseph and His Brothers (1933-1943). His first novel, Buddenbrooks (1901), became a bestseller, upon which Mann became a prominent intellectual. Under Nazi rule, his books were banned. Mann was forced to emigrate, first to Switzerland, then to the United States. He returned to Z├╝rich in 1952, to remain there until his death. In 1929, Thomas Mann received the Nobel Prize for Literature.

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