Thomas Mann--Felix Bertaux: Correspondence, 1923-1948

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Thomas Mann-Félix Bertaux

Correspondence 1923-1948

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Biruta Cap

PETER LANG
New York • San Francisco • Bern • Baltimore
Frankfurt am Main • Berlin • Wien • Paris

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Studies in Modern German Literature *
  • Thomas Mann-Félix Bertaux - Correspondence 1923-1948 *
  • Table of Contents *
  • Introduction *
  • 1923 *
  • 1. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 2. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 7
  • 3. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 10
  • 4. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 11
  • 5. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 13
  • 6. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 16
  • 1924 *
  • 7. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 8. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 18
  • 9. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 20
  • 10. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 21
  • 11. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 24
  • 12. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 25
  • 13. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 26
  • 1925 *
  • 14. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 15. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 30
  • 16. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 31
  • 17. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 32
  • 18. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 35
  • 1926 *
  • 19. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 20. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 38
  • 21. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 40
  • 22. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 41
  • 23. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 44
  • 24. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 45
  • 1927 *
  • 25. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 26. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 53
  • 27. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 55
  • 1928 *
  • 28. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 29. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 59
  • 30. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 61
  • 1929 *
  • 31. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 32. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 66
  • 33. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 68
  • 1930 *
  • 34. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 1931 *
  • 35. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 36. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 73
  • 37. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 76
  • 38. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 78
  • 39. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 80
  • 40. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 81
  • 1932 *
  • 41. Félix Bertaux à Thomas Mann *
  • 42. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 89
  • 43. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 92
  • 1933 *
  • 44. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 45. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 97
  • 46. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 99
  • 47. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 102
  • 48. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 103
  • 49. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 105
  • 50. Félix Bertaux à Thomas Mann 107
  • 51. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 109
  • 52. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 112
  • 53. Félix Bertaux à Thomas Mann 115
  • 1934 *
  • 54. Félix Bertaux à Thomas Mann *
  • 1935 *
  • 55. Félix Bertaux à Thomas Mann *
  • 56. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 121
  • 57. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 122
  • 58. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 125
  • 1936 *
  • 59. Félix Bertaux à Thomas Mann *
  • 1937 *
  • 60. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 61. Félix Bertaux à Thomas Mann 135
  • 62. Félix Bertaux à Thomas Mann 138
  • 1938 *
  • 63. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 64. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 146
  • 65. Félix Bertaux à Thomas Mann 151
  • 1945 *
  • 66. Félix Bertaux à Thomas Mann *
  • 67. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 157
  • 1946 *
  • 68. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 69. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 166
  • 70. Félix Bertaux à Thomas Mann 170
  • 1947 *
  • 71. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • 72. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 184
  • 73. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 189
  • 74. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux 193
  • 1948 *
  • 75. Thomas Mann an Félix Bertaux *
  • Thomas Mann's Chronology *
  • Généalogie De Félix Bertaux Selon La Tradition Orale, Communiquée Par Son Petit-Fils Daniel Bertaux Le 20 Novembre 1987. *
  • Félix Bertaux' Genealogical Chart, as Told by His Grandson Daniel Bertaux, 20 November 1987. *
  • Selected Bibliography *
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