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Mann, Thomas, 1875-1955 (Personal Name)

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  • Man, Tomas, 1875-1955
  • Man, Tʻomasŭ, 1875-1955
  • Mān, Tūmās, 1875-1955
  • Manas, Tomas, 1875-1955
  • Mani, Tʻomas, 1875-1955
  • Mann, Paul Thomas, 1875-1955
  • Mann, Tomas, 1875-1955
  • Mann, Tomasz, 1875-1955
  • Thomas, Paul, 1875-1955
  • Манн, Томас, 1875-1955
  • מאן, תומאס
  • מאן, תומאס, 1875-1955
  • מאן, טאמאס
  • מאן, טאמאס, 1875־1955
  • מן, תומס
  • מן, טומס
  • מן, טומס, 1875־1955
  • Μαν, Τόμας, 1875-1955

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Königliche Hoheit, 1909.

Volgina, A.A. Tomas Mann--biobibliogr. ukazatelʹ, 1979: t.p. (Tomas Mann)

Najīb, N. Qiṣṣat al-ajyāl bayna Tūmās Mān wa-Najīb Maḥfūẓ, 1982: t.p. (Tūmās Mān)

Vaget, H.R. Thomas Mann-Kommentar zu sämtlichen Erzählungen, c1984: t.p. (Thomas Mann) p. 13, etc. (b. 6-6-1875 in Lübeck as Paul Thomas Mann; used pseud. Paul Thomas as co-editor of student newspaper in 1893; d. 8-12-1955)

Kakabadze, N. Tomas Mann, 1985: t.p. (Tomas Mann) added t.p. (Tʻomas Mani)

Chʻoe, S.B. Tʻomasŭ Man yŏnʼgu, 1981: t.p. (Tʻomasŭ Man)

Łukosz, J. Terapia jako duchowa forma życia, 1990: t.p. (Tomasza Manna)

Tomas Manas ir Nida, 1987: t.p. (Tomas Manas)

Wikipedia, February 15, 2016 (Paul Thomas Mann; 6 June 1875-12 August 1955; German novelist, short story writer, social critic, philanthropist, essayist; 1929 Nobel Prize in Literature laureate; born in Lübeck; attended the science division of a Lübeck Gymnasium (school), then the Ludwig Maximillians University of Munich and Technical University of Munich where, in preparation for a journalism career, he studied history, economics, art history and literature; In 1955 died of atherosclerosis in a hospital in Zurich and was buried in Kilchberg)

Nobel Foundation, WWW, viewed on April 2, 2019: The Nobel Prize in Literature 1929 (The Nobel Prize in Literature 1929 was awarded to Thomas Mann "principally for his great novel, Buddenbrooks, which has won steadily increased recognition as one of the classic works of contemporary literature")

Ο Βάγκνερ και η εποχή μας, c1993: title page (Τόμας Μαν)

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