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Geplant als Novelle, als heiteres Gegenstück zum ›Tod in Venedig‹, entstand mit dem ›Zauberberg‹ einer der großen Romane der klassischen Moderne. Ein kurzer Besuch in einem Davoser health center wird für den Protagonisten Hans Castorp zu einem siebenjährigen Aufenthalt, der Kurort wird zur Bühne für die europäische Befindlichkeit vor dem Ersten Weltkrieg. Im Juli 1913 begonnen, während des Krieges durch essayistische Arbeiten, vor allem durch die ›Betrachtungen eines Unpolitischen‹, unterbrochen, konnte der Roman 1924 abgeschlossen und veröffentlicht werden.
In der Textfassung der Großen kommentierten Frankfurter Ausgabe (GKFA), mit Daten zu Leben und Werk.

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Leipzig, 1983–6), here 3. 566–8. On the overall public opinion in the Reich see, for example, Duane P. Myers, Germany and the Question of Austrian Anschluss 1918–1922 (New Haven, 22 1968). Berliner Tageblatt, 4 Feb. 1919, morning edition. 20 After the Collapse 35 violently sundered in 1866 [the year of the battle of Königgrätz, when the German question was decided in favour of the kleindeutsch solution]’. 23 There were several reasons why Ebert and many other representatives of the new political regime were pushing for Anschluß in the spring of 1919.

30 Treaty of Peace between the Allied and Associated Powers and Germany (London, 1925), 51. The words used here are almost identical with those of Article 88 of the Treaty of St Germain. See Der Staatsvertrag von St Germain (Vienna, 1919), 58. 31 For the reactions of the German public see Alfred D. Low, The Anschluss Movement 1918–19 and the Paris Peace Conference (Philadelphia, 1974), 375 ff. More generally, Wolfgang J. ), Versailles 1919—Ziele—Wirkung—Wahrnehmung (Essen, 2001), 351–60. 32 33 Vorwärts, 18 Mar.

Clark, Kaiser Wilhelm II (Harlow, 2000), 59. 38 It was only after Bismarck’s death in July 1898 that the memory of the disagreements between Wilhelm II and Bismarck started to fade. The death of the Iron Chancellor opened the way for the incorporation of the Bismarck myth into the official rhetoric. The Deutscher Reichs- und Preußischer Staatsanzeiger, for example, immediately declared that ‘the fatherland has lost its greatest son’. 39 Bismarck’s death had a similar effect on some of the ‘internal enemies of the Empire’.

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