The novelist Heinrich Mann died at the age of 78. Here is all you want to know, and more!
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Famous for Der Untertan, Professor Unrat, and other socially-themed novels of the early 20th Century, Mann went into exile in France, Portugal, and the United States during the Nazi regime’s rise to power in his native Germany.
His early essay on the work of the French writer Emile Zola launched him to literary prominence. He published his debut novel, In Einer Familie, in 1893.
His 1905 novel Professor Unrat was adapted into a film starring Marlene Dietrich.
"And my father, after all, was a nationalist."Heinrich Mann
"There is no better way of elevating the novel than by making it into a construct which contains ideas."Heinrich Mann
"Goodness means the highest degree of popularity."Heinrich Mann
"The Bourbon King was first ambassador of reason and human happiness."Heinrich Mann