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Born in Munich, Mann was the son of German writer Thomas Mann and his wife Katia Pringsheim . He suffered because of his homosexuality and his father's lack of esteem for him, and left Germany in 1933.
The literary scandal surrounding Mephisto made him posthumously famous in Germany.
- Der fromme Tanz, 1925
- Anja und Esther, 1925
- Revue zu Vieren, 1927
- Kind seiner Zeit, 1932
- Treffpunkt im Unendlichen, 1932
- Symphonie Pathétique, 1935
- Mephisto, 1936
- The Turning Point, 1942
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