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Translated from German by Ekaterine Reisner and Natalia Nadirashvili
The correspondence between two German classic writers Thomas Mann and Hermann Hesse is equally interesting for scholars and academics studying literature, culture or sociology. The letters exchanged between these great personalities deal with specific people as well as long stretches of history and countries, geared to safeguard their values in the face of extreme tensions of the time.
The letters testify to the unyielding personal traits of the writers, their political and moral stance: all this provides valuable material for understanding their biographies, ultimately explaining the human progress.