The stages in Thomas Mann's life took him from Lübeck to Munich, into exile in Switzerland and the USA, then back to Switzerland.
The Thomas Mann Archive mediates information on Thomas Mann and his literary legacy.
Thomas Mann's desk and personal library provide an insight into the author's way of working.
The institution was founded at ETH Zurich in 1956 after Thomas Mann's personal papers were donated.
Director Thomas Gull presents the short film "Deutschland Adieu!" about the first days of Thomas Mann's exile in Arosa 1933.
Further information on the event
The Literaturmuseum Strauhof shows in an exhibition on the authors' writing habits, also originals from the Thomas Mann Archive.
Exhibition flyer (German) (PDF, 1.2 MB)
Zürichsee-Zeitung (German): Wo sich der Duft von Zigarren und Büchern vermischte Download (PDF, 568 KB)
"... Doctor Marotzke appeared. [...] He taught in the natural sciences, but his main field was mathematics, and he was considered an important thinker in this subject." (Buddenbrooks, GKFA 1.1, 809f.)
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