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Death in Venice: and Seven Other Stories 5 editions

Cover of: Death in Venice by Thomas Mann
About the Book

In DEATH IN VENICE, an elderly, famous, and wealthy writer named Aschenbach goes on vacation. He becomes fascinated with Tadzio, a young teenager who is staying with his family at Aschenbach's hotel. As his obsession grows, and despite warnings that a plague is threatening Venice, Aschenbach remains at the hotel hoping to make a connection with the elusive Tadzio. Mann's novel is celebrated for its subtle characterization, and its exploration of the struggles of the artist--the longing for transcendence and ideal beauty vs. the need to sacrifice for one's art.

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Dewey 833/.912

5 editions First published in 1954

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Cover of: Death in Venice and Seven Other Stories
September 12, 1954, Vintage
Death in Venice and Seven Other Stories
in English
Cover of: Death in Venice, and seven other stories
1955, Vintage Books
Death in Venice, and seven other stories
in English
Cover of: Death in Venice, and seven other stories
1963, Vintage Books
Death in Venice, and seven other stories
in English
Cover of: Death in Venice
1989, Vintage Books
Death in Venice
in English - 1st Vintage International ed.
Cover of: Death in Venice and seven other stories
1992, The Modern Library
Death in Venice and seven other stories
in English

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