History Literature / DeathInVenice

27th Feb '18 4:07:42 AM Breakermorrant
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The novella is highly autobiographical: while holidaying in Venice, thirty-seven-year-old Mann, a married father, had crushed from afar on a ten-year-old Polish aristocrat, Wladyslaw Moes. Benjamin Britten has adapted this into an opera, and director Creator/LuchinoVisconti made a 1971 film adaptation of the novella starring Dirk Bogarde and Björn Andrésen.

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The novella is highly autobiographical: while holidaying in Venice, thirty-seven-year-old Mann, a married father, had crushed from afar on a ten-year-old Polish aristocrat, Wladyslaw Moes. Benjamin Britten has adapted this into an opera, and director Creator/LuchinoVisconti made a 1971 film adaptation of the novella (Film/MorteAVenezia) starring Dirk Bogarde and Björn Andrésen.
23rd Jan '18 5:38:46 PM rjd1922
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The novella is highly autobiographical: while holidaying in Venice, thirty-seven-year-old Mann, a married father, had crushed from afar on a ten-year-old Polish aristocrat, Wladyslaw Moes. Benjamin Britten has adapted this into an opera, and director Creator/LuchinoVisconti made a 1971 film adaptation of the novella starring Dirk Bogarde and Bjorn Andresen.

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The novella is highly autobiographical: while holidaying in Venice, thirty-seven-year-old Mann, a married father, had crushed from afar on a ten-year-old Polish aristocrat, Wladyslaw Moes. Benjamin Britten has adapted this into an opera, and director Creator/LuchinoVisconti made a 1971 film adaptation of the novella starring Dirk Bogarde and Bjorn Andresen.Björn Andrésen.
23rd Jan '18 5:38:14 PM rjd1922
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3rd Jun '16 11:26:29 PM Doug86
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* WretchedHive: Pre-UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne Venice is portrayed as a CrapsaccharineWorld version of one, a city that hides growing corruption under a pretty face.

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* WretchedHive: Pre-UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne Pre-UsefulNotes/WorldWarI Venice is portrayed as a CrapsaccharineWorld version of one, a city that hides growing corruption under a pretty face.
16th Feb '16 9:30:10 AM Dravencour
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* LoveMakesYouCrazy: The author starts to do crazy things, like dye his hair and wear makeup in order to appear younger for the boy.

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* LoveMakesYouCrazy: The author Gustav starts to do crazy things, like dye his hair and wear makeup makeup, in order to appear younger for the boy.



* StalkerWithACrush: Aschenbach follows him around.

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* StalkerWithACrush: Aschenbach follows him around.Gustav's obsession with Tadzio has more than a few shades of this.



* WhatBeautifulEyes: Nice looking eyes Tadzio has.

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* WhatBeautifulEyes: Nice looking eyes Tadzio has.Tadzio's most striking feature, at least according to Gustav.
4th Apr '15 6:01:39 AM LordGro
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4th Apr '15 6:01:24 AM LordGro
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The novella is highly autobiographical: while holidaying in Venice, thirty-seven-year-old Mann, a married father, had crushed from afar on a ten-year-old Polish aristocrat, Wladyslaw Moes. Benjamin Britten has adapted this into an opera, and director Luchino Visconti made a 1971 film adaptation of the novella starring Dirk Bogarde and Bjorn Andresen.

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The novella is highly autobiographical: while holidaying in Venice, thirty-seven-year-old Mann, a married father, had crushed from afar on a ten-year-old Polish aristocrat, Wladyslaw Moes. Benjamin Britten has adapted this into an opera, and director Luchino Visconti Creator/LuchinoVisconti made a 1971 film adaptation of the novella starring Dirk Bogarde and Bjorn Andresen.



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10th May '14 9:36:48 AM LongLiveHumour
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* WretchedHive: Pre-{{World War One}} Venice is portrayed as a CrapsaccharineWorld version of one, a city that hides growing corruption under a pretty face.

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* WretchedHive: Pre-{{World War One}} Pre-UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne Venice is portrayed as a CrapsaccharineWorld version of one, a city that hides growing corruption under a pretty face.
21st Apr '14 6:42:56 AM Leliel
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* WretchedHive: Pre-[[WorldWarOne]] Venice is portrayed as a CrapsacchineWorld version of one, a city that hides growing corruption under a pretty face.

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* WretchedHive: Pre-[[WorldWarOne]] Pre-{{World War One}} Venice is portrayed as a CrapsacchineWorld CrapsaccharineWorld version of one, a city that hides growing corruption under a pretty face.
21st Apr '14 6:42:24 AM Leliel
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* WretchedHive: Pre-[[WorldWarOne]] Venice is portrayed as a CrapsacchineWorld version of one, a city that hides growing corruption under a pretty face.
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