Buddenbrooks
Thomas Mann

About the Book

This epic, sub-titled ‘The Decline of a Family’, was Mann’s first novel, published in 1901. It traces the gradual downfall of a wealthy family over four generations in the city of Lubeck. The novel is widely regarded as a classic portrait of bourgeois society and family life in 19th century Germany.

About the Edition

Portrays the downfall of a wealthy mercantile family of Lübeck (a portrait of the German bourgeois society) over four generations throughout several decades of the 19th century. It was this novel which won Mann the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1929.

Edition Notes

"801. bis 850. tausend der ungekürzten Sonderausgabe 1930 (986. bis 1035. aufgabe aller ausgaben)"

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
833.91
Library of Congress
PT2625.A44 B8 1930k

The Physical Object

Pagination
728 p.
Number of pages
728

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24958556M
LC Control Number
36023458
OCLC/WorldCat
1950254

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