With the exception of Buddenbrooks, money has only occasionally
aroused the interest of scholars as a subject of study in the
novels of Thomas Mann. Using contemporary monetary theory as a
background, the present study undertakes a close textual analysis
to trace the meaning of money and awareness of money in the deep
structure of Mann s works. As Anna Kinder demonstrates, his novels
reflect not only the latest in the monetary theory of their times,
but also expose the uncertainty and allure of modern economic
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