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Death In Venice
Death In Venice
Author: Thomas Mann
In the early 1900s, Gustav von Aschenbach, a distinguished German writer, is profoundly weary of his solitary life dedicated to art. On an impulse he travels south to Venice. There, amid the growing threat of the plague, von Aschenbach's parched spirit is unexpectedly and disturbingly refreshed by the sight of a handsome Polish boy of fourteen.
ISBN: 186908
Publication Date: 6/1971
Pages: 122
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Publisher: Bantam Books
Book Type: Paperback
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