Thomas Mann's Use of Myth

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The subject of Mann's early fiction is a very modern one, dealing almost exclusively with the problems of the artist in bourgeois society. His work can be divided generally into two parts: the early writings, which examine the different aspects of the dilemma of the artist and the search for a unifying myth, and the later works, which explore the "lived myth" as a way to life and art.

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iii, 66 leaves

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Bell, Rea Moody January 1970.

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The subject of Mann's early fiction is a very modern one, dealing almost exclusively with the problems of the artist in bourgeois society. His work can be divided generally into two parts: the early writings, which examine the different aspects of the dilemma of the artist and the search for a unifying myth, and the later works, which explore the "lived myth" as a way to life and art.

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iii, 66 leaves

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  • January 1970

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Bell, Rea Moody. Thomas Mann's Use of Myth, thesis, January 1970; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc131188/: accessed September 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .