Death in Venice Thomas Mann
A gripping tale of obsession. Gustav von Aschenbach is an ageing writer who travels to Venice for a holiday where he becomes infatuated with an exceptionally beautiful young boy who is staying in the same hotel. Thomas Mann, whose books were burned by Hitler, was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1929. Compelling, unsettling and brilliantly rendered.
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