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Mann

(man),
Frank C., U.S. surgeon, 1887-1962. See: Mann-Bollman fistula, Mann-Williamson operation, Mann-Williamson ulcer.
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Regarding the latter: several of the contributors to Thomas Mann and Shakespeare explore what David Fuller describes as "modes of criticism based on the idea of art as emotional knowledge" (207).
OLIVIA Cooke as Rachel and Thomas Mann as Greg steer clear of MAWKISHromance in this heartwarming tale
CAST: Thomas Mann, Olivia Cooke, RJ Cyler, Nick Offerman, Molly Shannon, Jon Bernthal, Connie Britton
Um caminho possivel talvez possa ser trilhado nestas mesmas anotacoes feitas por Thomas Mann em diarios e cartas e em alguns ensaios entre 1914 e 1924, (2) onde se encontram outras definicoes para Bildung (formacao), Biidungsroman (romance de formacao) e, mais precisamente, para o proprio romance A montanha magica.
La obra de Thomas Mann es vasta en calidad y cantidad.
Thomas Mann also wrote a memoir of his fighting with the 18th Massachusetts Regiment, which he never published.
La obra de Thomas Mann es grandiosa, no solo en su extension sino en su significacion, mas alla de la anecdota de cada uno de sus libros (Reich-Raniki, 1989).
Montblanc Limited Writers Edition Thomas Mann are a silver coloured of the author's signature and atop the cap, an ivory coloured Montblanc emblem.
Understandably, Klaus Mann, a noteworthy literary figure on both sides of the Atlantic from the 1920's to the 1940's, will forever be obscured by his much more famous father, Thomas Mann.
Which novel by Thomas Mann became a film starring Dirk Bogarde as Gustav von Aschenbach?
It's about political advertising,'' said Brookings Institution congressional scholar Thomas Mann.
He is bringing back another kind of sexy--the one that lived in the imaginations of 20th-century novelists like Thomas Mann, author of Death in Venice, and the portraiture of English painter David Hockney.