Everyman's library volume 289
"The Magic Mountain is simply one of the greatest novels ever written." - The Guardian With this dizzyingly rich novel of ideas, Thomas Mann rose to the front ranks of the great modern novelists, winning the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1929. The Magic Mountain takes place in an exclusive tuberculosis sanatorium in the Swiss Alps - a community devoted to sickness that serves as a fictional microcosm for Europe in the days before the First World...
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Mann's rendering of the classic Faust legend explores the goals, values, and conflicts of modern man.
A witty rogue reflects on his experiences in European society and offers his impressions of the existing social order.
12) Der Zauberberg
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A young engineer visiting his cousin at a tuburcular sanitorium in the Swiss Alps ends by staying on for seven years. The theme is his education among patients there, who are a microcosm of the society of pre-World War I Europe.