Thomas Mann, Der Tod in Venedig (Death in Venice). Short story. [44th up to 51st edition]. Berlin, S. Fischer Verlag, 1922. 144, (4) p, 12 x 18cm.
Copy bound in half leather with marbled cover, title on the spine and decoration in gold. Of special interest is the penciled dedication on the front flyleaf: An / P.C. Boutens / zum freundlichen Gedenken / München 20.V.24 / Thomas Mann (For P.C. Boutens in kind remembrance). Boutens and Mann had met in Amsterdam on 3 May 1924 on the occasion of a gathering of the Literary Circle.
The permalink or permanent URL guarantees that an object can be traced back on the internet in the future, even if the name of the website or the object changes. If you want to link objects in the Memory it is advised to use the Permalink and not the URL in the address bar of your browser.