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The magic mountain=der zauberberg

A new translation of the 1924 German classic on a man who visits a cousin in a tuberculosis sanatorium in Switzerland and stays on for seven years. The man's experience with the timeless world of the sick and the dying completely changes his sense of values. The translator is a two-time winner of the PEN translation prize.

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  • "Der Zauberberg"
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  • "A new translation of the 1924 German classic on a man who visits a cousin in a tuberculosis sanatorium in Switzerland and stays on for seven years. The man's experience with the timeless world of the sick and the dying completely changes his sense of values. The translator is a two-time winner of the PEN translation prize."
  • "A new translation of the 1924 German classic on a man who visits a cousin in a tuberculosis sanatorium in Switzerland and stays on for seven years. The man's experience with the timeless world of the sick and the dying completely changes his sense of values. The translator is a two-time winner of the PEN translation prize."@en
  • "The story involves a young man (Hans Castorp), who visits a cousin in a sanatorium in the Swiss Alps before World War I. After manifesting symptoms of tuberculosis, he remains there for seven years. The characters he meets during this time forms a microcosm of pre-war Europe and represents a classic example of the German Bildungsroman. The work was instrumental in winning Mann the Nobel Prize in Literature for 1929."@en
  • "The story of a young engineer Hans Castorp who is in a sanatorium thinking about the meaning of life and his love for Frau Chauchat."@en
  • "One of the most influential works of 20th century German literature, it tells the story of Hans Castorp, a young orphan who, while visiting his cousin in a sanatorium where she is being treated for tuberculosis, contracts the illness himself and ends up remaining for treatment. The isolated sanatorium becomes his entire world, while functioning as a reflection of pre-war Europe. Written prior to World War I, and heavily revised afterwards, it is a complex and dense novel that effortlessly blends realism and symbolism, and it has fascinated critics and scholars since its publication. Random House of Canada is proud to bring you classic works of literature in ebook form, with the highest quality production values. Find more today and rediscover books you never knew you loved."@en
  • "A man visits a cousin in a tuberculosis sanatorium in Switzerland and ends up being diagnosed with the disease himself. As he stays on as a patient, the timeless world of the sick and the dying completely changes his sense of values."@en
  • "A sanatorium in the Swiss Alps reflects the societal ills of pre-twentieth-century Europe, and a young marine engineer rises from his life of anonymity to become a pivotal character in a story about how a human's environment affects self-identity."
  • "A sanatorium in the Swiss Alps reflects the societal ills of pre-twentieth-century Europe, and a young marine engineer rises from his life of anonymity to become a pivotal character in a story about how a human's environment affects self-identity."@en
  • "A sanitorium in the Swiss Alps reflects the societal ills of pre-twentieth-century Europe, and a young marine engineer rises from his life of anonymity to become a pivotal character in a story about how a human's environment affects self identity. In this dizzyingly rich novel of ideas, Mann uses a sanatorium in the Swiss Alps, a community devoted exclusively to sickness, as a microcosm for Europe, which in the years before 1914 was already exhibiting the first symptoms of its own terminal irrationality. The Magic Mountain is a monumental work of erudition and irony, sexual tension and intellectual ferment, a book that pulses with life in the midst of death."
  • "A sanitorium in the Swiss Alps reflects the societal ills of pre-twentieth-century Europe, and a young marine engineer rises from his life of anonymity to become a pivotal character in a story about how a human's environment affects self identity. In this dizzyingly rich novel of ideas, Mann uses a sanatorium in the Swiss Alps, a community devoted exclusively to sickness, as a microcosm for Europe, which in the years before 1914 was already exhibiting the first symptoms of its own terminal irrationality. The Magic Mountain is a monumental work of erudition and irony, sexual tension and intellectual ferment, a book that pulses with life in the midst of death."@en
  • "A sanitorium in the Swiss Alps reflects the societal ills of pre-twentieth-century Europe, and a young marine engineer rises from his life of anonymity to become a pivotal character in a story about how a human's environment affects self identity."@en
  • "A sanitorium in the Swiss Alps reflects the societal ills of pre-twentieth-century Europe, and a young marine engineer rises from his life of anonymity to become a pivotal character in a story about how a human's environment affects self identity."
  • "The Magic Mountain (Der Zauberberg) is a novel by Thomas Mann, first published in November 1924. It is widely considered to be one of the most influential works of 20th century German literature. Mann started writing what was to become The Magic Mountain in 1912. It began as a much shorter narrative, which revisited in a comic manner aspects of Death in Venice, a novella that he was then preparing for publication. The newer work reflected his experiences and impressions during a period when his wife, who was suffering from a lung complaint, was confined to Dr Friedrich Jessen's 'Waldsanatorium' in Davos, Switzerland for several months. In May and June 1912 he paid her a visit and got to know the team of doctors who were treating her in this cosmopolitan institution. According to Mann, in the afterword that was later included in the English translation, this stay became the foundation of the opening chapter (Arrival) of the completed novel."

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  • "The magic mountain : Transl. by H[elen] T[racy] Lowe-Porter"
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  • "The magic mountain = Der Zauberberg"@en
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  • "The Magic Mountain ... Translated by H.T. Lowe-Porter"@en
  • "The Magic mountain Der Zauberberg"@en
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  • "The magic mountain = Der zauberberg"
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  • "The magic fountain"@en
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  • "The magic mountain. Translated by H.T. Lowe-Porter"@en
  • "The magic mountain. Translated by H.T. Lowe-Porter"
  • "The Magic Mountain. Translated by H.T. Lowe-Porter"@en
  • "The magic mountain with a postscript by the author on the making of the novel"
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  • "The magic mountain : (Der Zauberberg)"
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  • "The magic Mountain"
  • "The magic mountain : a novel"
  • "The magic moutain"
  • "The magic mountain : Der Zauberberg"
  • "The magic mountain : Der Zauberberg"@en
  • "The magic mauntain = (Der Zauberberg)"
  • "The magic mountain = [Der Zauberberg]"
  • "The magic mountain [Der zauberberg]"@en
  • "The Magic Mountain : Thomas Mann. Translated by H.T. Lowe-Porter"
  • "The magic mountain. Der Zauberberg"
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  • "The Magic Mountain"
  • "The magic mountain : with a postscript"
  • "The magic mountain : Der zauberberg"
  • "The magic mountain : with a postscript by the autor on the making of the novel"
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  • "The magic mountain (Der Zauberberg)"
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  • "The magic mountain a novel"
  • "Magic mountain [Der Zauberberg]"
  • "The magic mountain. Der Zauberberg. Translated from the German by H.T. Lowe-Porter"
  • "The magic mountain : [Der Zauberberg]"
  • "The Magic mountain = Der Zauberberg"@en
  • "The Magic mountain"
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  • "The magic mountain [Der Zauberberg]"@en
  • "The magic mountain : [Der zaubergerg]"
  • "The magic mountain=Der Zauberberg"@en
  • "The magic mountain : <Der Zauberberg.> Transl. from the German by H[elen] T[racy] Lowe-Porter"
  • "The magic mountains"
  • "The Magic mountain : a novel"

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