The Genius Of Thomas Mann Is Seen In His Ability To Transform His Pervasive Irony Into A Thousand Things Irony In Mann Is A Composite Metaphor For All Of His Ambivalence Towards Both Self And Society Study His Works With This Text, Including Death In Venice, Mario And The Magician, Tonio Kr Ger, Felix Krull, And Disorder And Sorrow This Series Is Edited By Harold Bloom, Sterling Professor Of The Humanities, Yale University Henry W And Albert A Berg Professor Of English, New York University Graduate School Preeminent Literary Critic Of Our Time The World S Most Prominent Writers Of Short Stories Are Covered In One Series With Expert Analysis By Bloom And Other Critics These Titles Contain A Wealth Of Information On The Writers And Short Stories That Are Most Commonly Read In High Schools, Colleges, And Universities
Bloom is a literary critic, and currently a Sterling Professor of the Humanities at Yale University Since the publication of his first book in 1959, Bloom has written than 20 books of literary criticism, several books discussing religion, and one novel He has edited hundreds of anthologies.
- 372 pages
- Thomas Mann (Major Short Story Writers Series)
- Harold Bloom
- 18 July 2017 Harold Bloom