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July 22, 2009



Fascinating. I wrote a long comment and lost it, so I'll just say Mann and others should have gone to Berkeley, where they would have felt right at home. The SF Bay Area was full of happily assimilated German exiles: artists, musicians, doctors: all kinds of people. L.A. was not the place for German thinkers, not at all. Though, as you point out, many did well in the movie industry.

Peter Panholzer

Zuckmayer raised goats, not sheep

little in literature about his deep love affair with Miriam Hopkins which persisted for a long time even after she moved to New York to stay near him
(see books by Albrecht JOSEPH who married Anna Werfel)

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