Treffpunkt im Unendlichen.

Treffpunkt im Unendlichen Ce roman cosmopolite fait vivre le Berlin des cabarets et des grandes r ceptions et le Montparnasse des ann es Sebastian l crivain Sonja la com dienne et les danseurs Greta et Gregori fr quenten

  • Title: Treffpunkt im Unendlichen.
  • Author: Klaus Mann
  • ISBN: 9783499223778
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Paperback
  • Treffpunkt im Unendlichen.

    Ce roman cosmopolite fait vivre le Berlin des cabarets et des grandes r ceptions et le Montparnasse des ann es 1930 Sebastian l crivain, Sonja la com dienne et les danseurs Greta et Gregori fr quentent les m mes cabarets berlinois ou traversent les m mes rues parisiennes Ils partagent nostalgie et d sespoir, ambition et fuite Memento.

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    1. BrokenTune

      The more of Klaus Mann's work I read, the more of a fan I become. It took me a while to read Treffpunkt im Unendlichen not because I the book wasn't good, but because I needed to get rid of some other distractions to spend time sinking into the book. Luckily, I have finally had that lazy Sunday that enabled me to do that. There is not much of a plot to the book. It is the story of a group of young friends who start their own lives and careers in the late 1920s / early 1930s Berlin and all the en [...]

    2. eulenspiegel

      Klaus Manns Panorama der Weimarer Republik kurz vor ihrem Untergang ist ein spannendes Zeugnis der Zeit und sein sicherlich bester Roman vor dem Exil. Trotz der vielen parallelen Handlungsstränge und einer Masse an auftretenden Figuren wirkt er erstaunlich fokussiert - fokussierter auch als spätere Werke (man denke an den teils doch etwas überfrachteten "Vulkan").Sein Leben im Exil widmete Klaus Mann dem Kampf gegen den Faschismus. Spannend bleibt die hypothetische Frage, wie der junge Autor [...]

    3. Denis

      This fascinating novel by Klaus Mann, the son of literary giant Thomas Mann, and himself a wonderful writer, is a great discovery, which reveals as much about the life and thoughts of its author as it does about the era it depicts and comes from (the book was written in 1932). There's no real plot per say : the novel is more the chronicle of a doomed and self-destructive generation; it's filled with diverse people, and takes place mostly in two cities, Berlin and Paris - with a little detour thr [...]

    4. Flo

      "Treffpunkt im Unendlichen" (Rendezvous in Eternity) is written by one of the many Manns of the Mann family (Heinrich, Klaus, Erika, Thomas etc.), by Klaus Mann.In his book he describes the people of the lost generation between the world wars in Berlin, Paris and a little Nice and Morocco. Imagine the shallow people and parties from "The Great Gatsby" multiplied by 10, drug abuse like in the film train-spotting, desperate love & objects of desire and (for me the most impressing) the lurking [...]

    5. Peter Jakobs

      A novel written around 1930 and playing in Berlin, Paris and Northern Africa in these times - meaning the years of the upcoming European facism and how that affected the art scene. Aspects of Klaus Mann's own life are visible: experimenting with drugs, rejection as an artist and lover, suicide and bohemian attitudes.

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