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David Blackbourn: Heinrich and Thomas Mann

15 October 1998
Letters of Heinrich and Thomas Mann, 1900-49 
edited by Hans Wysling, translated by Don Reneau.
California, 444 pp., £40, March 1998, 0 520 07278 2
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... Heinrich an unemployed screenwriter who could not find a publisher and depended on hand-outs from his younger brother. Politically, they were as close in the last years as they had ever been. ‘I don’t believe in any victory that’s not brought about by the outbreak of revolutions in Europe, which would sweep away the reactionary leaders’ – this sounds like Heinrich, but is in fact Thomas ...

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