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Compilation of Published Sources
Text:".... Hamilton ... St. Paul, West publishing co., 1935. xxiv, 1349 p. 26 cm . © Jan. 2, 1935 ; 2c. Apr. 26 ; aff. May 20 ; A 82730 ; West pub. co. [Copyright is claimed on p. 321 to end] 4142 Mann, Heinrich..."
Text:"..." by HeinrichMann (Knopft f3.). Henry became king of France in 158*. He stepped into a world torn by intolerance, in grave ecconomic distress, degraded and in mortal terror. And he detested it! A man of graat..."
Date:Nov 2 1937
Publication:Laredo, Texas, United States of America
Text:"... a flood of propaganda toi i ^inugchiiM into (ieriiutP.y I HeinrichMann, now in ET ance, ■ isaid; “Our committee is in consiant I touch wii’u forces inshle th»» country. “Lu'spitc ill*-' liftapo. we arc..."
Date:Oct 20 1939
Publication:Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
Text:"..., and several Bible dramatizations. ^kfidening,M^. Datiy Bath Best Means to Obtain Skin Health Thom-*s- Mann and hi': bro'hpr HeinrichMann, are having novel--publifihed in America the .same sea..."
Date:Mar 14 1931
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
Compilation of Published Sources
Text:".... H. Vlitgen. HeinrichMann. H. Wendel. Stlmmen aus Maria Laaeh.- Herder, Freiburg, Baden. xo Mks. 80 Pf. p.-r ann. Oct. The Origin pf Christianity in the Light of History. J. Bidtzer. Emp oyer..."
Text:"...-ik. vjjiauAcn.i.'o, j. -unrtiu it. i NURSE. iLibby: To Joseph F. Govino; Pvt. ternational plan of production and, Oakiand March j2 Kronka: T5 Harry Bell; distribution; (g) nationalization of Mann; TSgt H h H..."
Date:Mar 16 1946
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
Text:"... Engcl Bebel Remarque Thomas MannHeinrichMann Einstein H G Wells Havelock Ellis Zola Marce Proust Jack London Upton Sinclair Margare Sanger Helen Keller and the musical works of Mendelssohn and Meyerbeer..."
Date:Mar 18 1942
Publication:Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America
Text:"... OF FRANCE," by lleinrich Mann; (Knopf: $3.) , Sixty-eight-year-old HeinrichMann is going on with the story of Henry of Navarre begun so effectively in the historical novel he called "Young Henry of Navarre..."
Date:Aug 1 1939
Publication:Panama City, Florida, United States of America
Text:"... more it is an illustration of HeinrichMann's mind and temper. Mann is the brother of Thomas Mann, of course. Pie was a literary figure m the old Germany, one to-be reckoned with because he..."
Date:Aug 1 1939
Publication:Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States of America
Text:".... Henry the Eighth, Francis Hackett. Innocent Bystanriing, Frank Sulli van. Impuritans. Harvey Wickham. Intelligent Living, Dr. A. F. Riggs. In the Land of Cockaigne, HeinrichMann. John Jacob Aster, A. D..."
Date:July 11 1929
Publication:Bath, Maine, United States of America
Text:"... the 'twenties, and finally slid most of its people into the abyss of the ’thirties. ■The book is stuffed with names”^—Gide to Cocteau to Bnino Walter to Uncle HeinrichMann to Father Thomas Mann to Erika to Auden..."
Date:Oct 5 1942
Publication:Ardmore, Oklahoma, United States of America
Text:"... HeinrichMann to Father Thomas Mann to Erika to Auden to infinity. Something is added to the Cocteau legend by the book, and Gide is beautifully drawn. It might be added that a higher percentage of Klaus..."
Date:Oct 5 1942
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
Text:"... with because he was not untouched by literary was president of the Prussian Literary Academy just as now he is active in the Club and in antifascist circles abroad Likehis younger brother HeinrichMann left his..."
Date:Aug 14 1939
Publication:Paris, Texas, United States of America
Text:"... younger brother, Thomas Mann. Alfred Knopf believes the novel to be a masterpiece, and that America will recognize HeinrichMann as a novelist o£ major rank Mr. Mann has written very sympathetically..."
Date:Oct 2 1937
Publication:Terre Haute, Indiana, United States of America
Text:"..., were lelt far ment w’ant to write. And that nine- Thl.s time HeinrichMann (repre- behind and at the end of the novel tenths of have no idea how to sented also this week bv a new emerge as a kind..."
Date:Aug 6 1939
Publication:Amarillo, Texas, United States of America
Text:"... would lell us whey we are now And so on a I last reaching thn pon of asking when was the Kings Hoad only to be told disgustedly Ynrfc in iU HrTLEK VICTIM HeinrichMann a brother of Thomas Mann is to have..."
Date:July 29 1934
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America
Text:"... publication Among the authors to appear in its all and winter lists are Vicki Baum lion Feuchtwanger Bruno Frank mU Ludwig HeinrichMann homas Mann Alfred Neuman Erich Maria Remarque Arthur chnitzler Ernst..."
Date:Sep 4 1938
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America
Text:"... background of the factors, of the current situation of which the Dardenelles is the focal point. Invaluable interpretation for the newspaper reader. THE LIVING THOUGHTS OF NIETZSCHE, By HeinrichMann. 170 pp..."
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Text:"... 0 tiie tquare inch. Ho v^rd or alchemist ot legend ever did any liM^ mon useful than thU. The Literary Guidepost By JOHN SELBY HENRY, KING OF FRANCE," by HeinrichMann: ^Knopf: $3). Sixty..."
Date:July 29 1939
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
Text:"... called "Young Henry of Navarre." The new work Is an apt and effective piece of writing and. a historian's tour de force as well. But even more It. Is an illustration of HeinrichMann's mind and temper..."
Date:Aug 4 1939
Publication:Butte, Montana, United States of America