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Tonio Kröger By Thomas Mann J. White Tonio Kr ger A title in the Bristol Classical Press German Texts series in German with English notes vocabulary and introduction Thomas Mann was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in and To

  • Title: Tonio Kröger
  • Author: Thomas Mann J. White
  • ISBN: 9781853993459
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tonio Kröger By Thomas Mann J. White A title in the Bristol Classical Press German Texts series, in German with English notes, vocabulary and introduction Thomas Mann 1875 1955 , was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1929, and Tonio Kroger occupies a central position in his spiritual and artistic development A study of youth, it draws together many strands of his life and work the duality of hisA title in the Bristol Classical Press German Texts series, in German with English notes, vocabulary and introduction Thomas Mann 1875 1955 , was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1929, and Tonio Kroger occupies a central position in his spiritual and artistic development A study of youth, it draws together many strands of his life and work the duality of his parentage his abhorrence of discipline and the influence of Schopenhauer and Wagner on his early phase of writing.
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    1. Siti on said:

      Successivo al romanzo I Buddenbrook , questo racconto lungo appartiene alla fase produttiva ricca e feconda, preparatoria peraltro del suo capolavoro, caratterizzata da racconti di evidente matrice autobiografica , romanzi e interventi di natura politica in un quadro storico culminante nel primo conflitto mondiale Si tratta ad ogni modo di una connotazione autobiografica abilmente rivestita attraverso un registro letterario elevato che fa assurgere la materia privata a motivo di riflessione e su [...]

    2. ·Karen· on said:

      Buddenbrooks redux.I can not really imagine anyone reading this for pleasure As a piece of literature it is as dull as ditchwater, and just as murky It starts engagingly enough Tonio falls in love, first with Hans, then with Inge Both represent that class of good, solid, decent Northern citizen that Tonio admires so much, those who live their lives as unselfconsciously as the flowers of the field and the birds of the air, without reflection, without self doubt Tonio himself, as his name would so [...]

    3. Elham on said:

      Tonio Kr ger is the first work that I read of Mann s world I am glad I did An autobiographical novel in which profound, artistic and literary character of Thomas Mann is demonstrated in the form of unaccepted loves, first in his childhood Hans Hansen and second in his adolescence Ingeborg Holm , both blondes with blue eyes who could never understand the melancholic, poetic face of an artist As he grows up, in his thirty, Tonio Kr ger who is now a great literary writer rediscovers his idealist bu [...]

    4. Mariafrancesca di natura viperesca on said:

      Modernariato di ottima fatturaBene, l avrei dovuto leggere alcuni anni fa, quando ho combattuto una vana battaglia come lo sono sempre, le battaglie, quando non hanno n tattica n strategia che peraltro, D Alema docet, non sono sufficienti per vincere , contro i bellissimo splendido il cor mi batte e l anima si libra rovesciati a piene mani, bocche e occhi teneramente spalancati sulla Montagna Incantata , sul punto di franare nel profluvio di complimenti fuor di luogo Ma no Mi sgolavo, non al cuo [...]

    5. Wiebke (1book1review) on said:

      We read Tonio Kr ger in School and I hated it, so I wanted to see if I liked it better this time And no, I didn t Tonio was just as annoying as when I was a teenager.I also read Mario und der Zauberer, for the first time, and it turned out to be very tiring I don t know, I guess Thomas Mann is not for me.I could see how well he portrayed character, atmosphere and personalities in his writing, but somehow it kept putting me to sleep.

    6. Sarah Monreau on said:

      F r mich waren dies hier die beiden ersten Geschichten von Thomas Mann Ich kann bisher nur sagen, dass ich vom Sprachlichen her sehr angetan bin und mir gef llt, in welcher Form er das darstellt, was er ausdr cken m chte Und er vermag es besonders auszudr cken, was mich umso mehr beeindruckt.Tonio Kr ger hat mir etwas besser gefallen, da diese Geschichte von einem Jungen handelt, der hnlich ist, wie ich K nstler, melancholischer Natur, vielleicht etwas anders Er hat eine s dl ndische Mutter, ein [...]

    7. GrauWolf on said:

      Ci che vedeva era soltanto questo comicit e miseria, comicit e miseria E allora, insieme con la pena e l orgoglio della conoscenza, venne la solitudine, perch gli riusciva intollerabile la vicinanza degli inetti con lo spirito gaiamente ottenebrato, e il marchio che lui recava sulla fronte li respingeva Abbandonato e ripreso pi volte anche sotto diversi titoli, Tonio Kr ger viene pubblicato per la prima volta nel 1903,quando Thomas Mann aveva solo 28 anni.Il protagonista Tonio Kr ger, la cui vit [...]

    8. Carmo on said:

      Thomas Mann n o leitura f cil mas a qualidade da sua escrita indiscut vel.Tonio Kr gar, fala nos de um eterno desajustado em permanente conflito consigo pr prio Apesar da origem burguesa a sua fam lia algo peculiar Seu pai alem o, um tradicionalista severo e puritano em contraste com sua m e da regi o sul, ex tica e sensual sem a rigidez de comportamento do pai O resultado desta mistura deu origem a este ser amb guo At os tra os f sicos herdados do lado materno o p em em contraste com as belas f [...]

    9. Vittorio Ducoli on said:

      I limiti dell immensoTonio Kr ger un racconto lungo, ma anche quasi un saggio sulla tematica centrale per il Thomas Mann dell inizio del 900 chi e che ruolo ha l artista nella societ ed in particolare nella societ tedesca dell epoca guglielmina Il racconto non scioglie, anzi pone in forma esplicita la grande contraddizione del borghese Mann egli aspira a rappresentare la classe di cui fa parte ma al contempo pienamente consapevole che quella classe pu fare benissimo a meno dell artista, che lo g [...]

    10. Amorfna on said:

      Od svojih ranih dana, gde god krenuo, Tonio je bolno svestan svog nepripadanja, svoje razli itosti.On ne eli da drugi budu kao on, ne eli da spoljni svet prilagodi sebi tavi e, od sebi sli nih kao da be i ve on eli da pripada eli biti prihva en u dru tvu tih veselih, modrookih ljudi koje toliko voli i koje uzvisuje.Sin uglednog nema kog konzula ,od detinjstva je , u malom gradi u na severu Nema ke , obele en onim to u velikoj meri predstavlja maj inu zaostav tinu svojim neobi nim imenom i atipi [...]

    11. Solor on said:

      Are you feeling detached, isolated, generally not understood by the majority of your social surroundings Do not despair for you are actually not alone Tonio Kroger is one of your friends, a fellow Artist burdened with the weight of describing the universe without taking part into it This novella celebrates Artistry, its agonies and ecstasies, as opposed to a life of mere living and bourgeois shallow certainties The role of a writer is not to say what we can all say, but what we are unable to say [...]

    12. Domenico Fina on said:

      Vorrei dormire ma tu vuoi danzare Dissidio ripreso da un verso di Storm nel quale si dibatte Tonio Kroger, o per dirla in altro modo Tonio Kroger vorrebbe vivere in un mondo pi scorrevole, meno retorico, con pi naturalezza Quindi chiaro che, infine, preferisce dormire Un Oblomov giovane.

    13. John on said:

      This short novel, written in 1901, is the story of a writer s struggle for meaning and fulfillment in life and art His artistic pursuits alienate him from the perceived joys of ordinary life The people he admires the most are socialites who have no interest in art He is drawn to their physical beauty as defined by the northern German culture of the late 1800s and awed by their social confidence Though he has committed himself to the creative life, and knows his works will be recognized, he doubt [...]

    14. Carolina on said:

      The alienation of the artist, the sense of not belonging , all felt really flat and clich to me I really liked the beginning with Hans Hansen and the protagonist as kids It felt real and fresh However, I did not quite enjoy how the story progressed It did not feel compelling The conversation Tonio has with his artist friend seems like a bunch of common places and broodings of someone who clearly lacks an occupation The idea that artists live aside from the world of common people has to stop It m [...]

    15. Lily on said:

      Actual rating 1.5 starsDNF at 23%.If you know me at all, you know that I hate giving up on books However, I m not the most patient person in the world, and when it comes to books I don t particularly enjoy, I ve learned not to finish books just for the sake of it After all, time is precious, and you shouldn t waste it on books that don t satisfy you, when there are so many others on your to read list that probably will.Just for future reference, I will put down a few words, just to remind myself [...]

    16. Habemus_apicellam on said:

      le nostalgie dell artista Mann Compatto racconto lungo nel quale Mann esprime l inquietudine del giovane, ma in effetti quello che gli interessa il ruolo dello scrittore nella societ diverso ed escluso dai suoi simili nella societ , compatito dagli artisti come borghese smarrito Restano pagine efficaci per simbologie e nostalgie, anche se le memoires restano un campo pi ostico e Mann risolve con romanticismi un po tardi.

    17. Song Yee on said:

      There is a solid reason why Mann s my favorite he pores into his characters so deeply that I fall in love with every single one of them.

    18. Amante Libri on said:

      Questo racconto lungo, pubblicato la prima volta nel 1904, un gioiello di narrativa sia per lo stile lento, riflessivo e profondo nella sua semplicit , sia per la tematica scandagliata da Mann anche altrove e penso a Morte a Venezia e a La montagna incantata per esempio riguardante la diversit e l estraneit dalla societ , dalle persone comuni , dal sentire solito di certi animi umani, come quello del protagonista Tonio che tanti punti in comune ha con la biografia dell autore e la sua stessa poe [...]

    19. Yngvild on said:

      Tonio Kr ger must be one of Thomas Mann s most amiable short stories Wherever he goes, the improbably named Tonio always feels out of place and yearns to belong like everyone else On the one hand, Tonio is driven to fulfill his destiny as a writer, presumably an inheritance from his vivacious dark eyed Mediterranean mother, and on the other hand, Herr Kr ger longs to fit into his North German hometown, like his respectable blond, blue eyed father It takes a jibe from another member of the artist [...]

    20. Filippo on said:

      Well, yesterday I went with Julia the woman I live with at the moment in the Alte Donau sidewalk, which in Vienna where I live now is the Danube s old sidewalk Beautiful spots were you can lay on old wooden docks yesterday here was very sunny, the river was calm, and among plays of light and shade birds were chirping, people sunbathing, reading, sleeping, playing chess, and so on and so onThere, cradled by the Danube s lullaby, I was reading this book And I have a Latin mother And I have dark co [...]

    21. Priscila Jordão on said:

      There is an echo through the works of great authors they repeat theirselves on and on Sometimes profoundly, others not that deep, their writings frequently surround the same themes.It s not different in this novel Tonio Kroeger pre announces some of Mann s greatests concerns to be better developed later in his short stories and romances The passage of time, solitude, the artist s exile from reality and maybe even homossexuality are some of what we ll find here as Mann introduces us to Tonio Kroe [...]

    22. Victor Bevz on said:

      So far I ve only read the English translation, but the skill of the writing was in the imagery of tension The mortal ultimatum of icy intellect and scorching sense is enough to summon up the suffering artist in anybody.

    23. Bogdan Liviu on said:

      El nu lucra ca unul care lucreaz ca s tr iasc , ci ca unul care nu vrea altceva dec t s lucreze, deoarece nu se pre uia pentru simplul fapt c e om, c e o f ptur vie, ci pentru c nu voia s fie socotit dec t un creator, un om care munce te ca s creeze C uta deci s tr iasc neb gat n seam , ca un actor care i a ters fardul pe fa i care nu nseamn nimic at ta vreme c t nu reprezint ceva Lucra n t cere, z vor t n cas , nev zut de nimeni i plin de dispre pentru acei scriitora i m run i pentru care talen [...]

    24. Nuno Martins on said:

      Thomas Mann nesta sua pequena obra, quase em tom auto biogr fico, traz nos a hist ria de Tonio Kroger, que vive num conflito interno, entre ser artista mas tamb m ser uma pessoa simples, normal e burguesa e aceite pelos outros como tal.Um livro excelente, belo e intimista.

    25. ana beatriz on said:

      n o troce deste amor, lisaveta ele bom e fecundo feito de nostalgia, de uma inveja melanc lica, de um bocadinho de desprezo, de uma felicidade muito casta.

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