1947 published "Doctor Faustus" is definitely not another development of a German "legend from the Middle Ages". Although it is another of the monumental canvases created one after another by Thomas Mann (1875-1955). This time, with all the power of his spiritual formation, the famous artist made an attempt to reveal such aspects of the phenomenon called national spirit, which, especially in the modern world, can also be manifested as a policy yearning for destruction. As far as the character of the composer Adrian Leverkusen is a fiction, his tragic Germany, "raging" at the center of two world wars, is equally real.
|Title in Armenian||Թոման Ման - Դոկտոր Ֆաուստուս|
|Printing||Black & White|
|Size||14.5 x 21 cm|
tags: doktor faustus, tomas man