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„Mein lieber Antipode…“ Heinrich Manns Briefe an Ludwig Ewers (1889‑1894)

Abstract : The letters of young Heinrich Mann (1871-1950) to the friend Ludwig Ewers between 1889-1894 uniquely witness the very first creative period of this author. In these letters, which are sometimes quite long, the future novelist and novellas-author Heinrich Mann shows himself as a dilettante and comments his firs literary experiences and those of is correspondent. He critics the friend’s inadequacies and it is for him the occasion to expose his own esthetical reflexions. Despite of the later evolutions of the author, who went back on this period, many aspects of his narrative conception are already present here. In particular, his own idea of “realism” allows to look at his laboratory, even though some points are problematic.
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Frédéric Teinturier. „Mein lieber Antipode…“ Heinrich Manns Briefe an Ludwig Ewers (1889‑1894). Cahiers d'études germaniques, 2016, 71, pp.107-118. ⟨10.4000/ceg.623⟩. ⟨hal-02904779⟩



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